The more labor intensive
the process, like hand carving, the greater the advantage is to import, Burgette said.
At first huge fortunes will be made; then, as the labor demand rises, economic equality will increase; there will follow the predictable collapse of the labor market as the information industries become more and more cost efficient, smaller and smaller on the world's horizon, less and less labor intensive
, and finally less capital hungry and less profitable, leaving a few cash cows providing all the world's needs.
service businesses (e.g., restaurants) may have non-highly compensated, unskilled employees who become "management" under this definition causing a failure to qualify as a SLOB.
Staffed with highly experienced engineers, FS&D offers both ferrous and non-ferrous foundries professional assistance in rationalizing labor intensive
processes by mechanization and automation in order to become competitive.
"In the period before the landmark preservation movement, it was common practice to 'modernize' historic elements by replacing them with newer, less labor intensive
materials and finishes.
These systems arc said to eliminate the need for labor intensive
manual scrubbing and caustic chemicals by removing residues from surfaces while they are hot, energized and in place.
But harvesting spider silk is labor intensive
. Spiders must be tied down and their silk reeled out using a small motor.
Finding and correcting any errors in the database can be labor intensive
, said Al Alton, the Chief of Documentation at the 841st.
Why you should care: FlexSeal 2520 features an integral hook and loop closure along its edges that eliminates the labor intensive
process of taping the convolute after the wire harness has been inserted.
By the mid-1990s, we knew that distributed computing and its management was often significantly more expensive, created redundancy, and was more labor intensive
than managing resources centrally.
Financing 80/20 projects is highly labor intensive
and takes specialized knowledge.