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380. By holding insurance a person
381. Job search
382. The theory of efficiency wages explains why
383. To maintain their standard of living, most people rely on
384. The theory of efficiency wages provides a possible explanation as to why
385. Minimum-wage laws
386. Sectoral shifts in demand for output
387. Minimum-wage laws
388. Wages set above the equilibrium wage by
389. Which of the following is correct?
390. The amount of unemployment varies
391. Since the 1940's U.S. union membership has
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392. From time to time, the demand for workers has risen in one region of the United States and fallen in another. This illustrates
393. Unemployment data are collected
394. Suppose that consumers decide to walk to work more frequently and drive cars less. Companies that make walking shoes hire workers, while automobile companies lay off workers. This is an example of
395. Labor unions
396. The amount of unemployment that an economy normally experiences is called the
397. An economy's natural rate of unemployment is the
398. Labor unions
399. Suppose that because of the popularity of the low-carb diet, bakeries need fewer workers and steak houses need more workers. The unemployment created by this change is
400. Suppose the demand for hard-wood flooring increases, while the demand for wall-to-wall carpeting decreases. Based on this change in consumer tastes, the demand for hard-wood-flooring factory workers in North Carolina increases, while the demand for carpet factory workers in Georgia decreases. This is an example of

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