An industry by which industries and/or methods need a massive amount of workers to produce goods and services. It is usually determined to the amount of capital needed to produce goods or services; the higher the labor costs, the more labor intensive the business is. Agriculture, construction, coal-mining, and hospitality are some examples of labor intensive industries.
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