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10. A minimum wage law: a) ensures that the economy is at full employment: everyone who wants a job at the current wage has one b) creates a surplus of workers and a shortage of work c) creates a surplus of work and shortage of labor d) causes higher unemployment in high skilled labor markets than in low skilled markets10. A minimum wage law: a) ensures that the economy is at full employment: everyone who wants a job at the current wage has one b) creates a surplus of workers and a shortage of work c) creates a surplus of work and shortage of labor d) causes higher unemployment in high skilled labor markets than in low skilled markets10. A minimum wage law: a) ensures that the economy is at full employment: everyone who wants a job at the current wage has one b) creates a surplus of workers and a shortage of work c) creates a surplus of work and shortage of labor d) causes higher unemployment in high skilled labor markets than in low skilled markets10. A minimum wage law: a) ensures that the economy is at full employment: everyone who wants a job at the current wage has one b) creates a surplus of workers and a shortage of work c) creates a surplus of work and shortage of labor d) causes higher unemployment in high skilled labor markets than in low skilled markets10. A minimum wage law: a) ensures that the economy is at full employment: everyone who wants a job at the current wage has one b) creates a surplus of workers and a shortage of work c) creates a surplus of work and shortage of labor d) causes higher unemployment in high skilled labor markets than in low skilled markets10. A minimum wage law: a) ensures that the economy is at full employment: everyone who wants a job at the current wage has one b) creates a surplus of workers and a shortage of work c) creates a surplus of work and shortage of labor d) causes higher unemployment in high skilled labor markets than in low skilled markets10. A minimum wage law: a) ensures that the economy is at full employment: everyone who wants a job at the current wage has one b) creates a surplus of workers and a shortage of work c) creates a surplus of work and shortage of labor d) causes higher unemployment in high skilled labor markets than in low skilled markets10. A minimum wage law: a) ensures that the economy is at full employment: everyone who wants a job at the current wage has one b) creates a surplus of workers and a shortage of work c) creates a surplus of work and shortage of labor d) causes higher unemployment in high skilled labor markets than in low skilled markets10. A minimum wage law: a) ensures that the economy is at full employment: everyone who wants a job at the current wage has one b) creates a surplus of workers and a shortage of work c) creates a surplus of work and shortage of labor d) causes higher unemployment in high skilled labor markets than in low skilled markets10. A minimum wage law: a) ensures that the economy is at full employment: everyone who wants a job at the current wage has one b) creates a surplus of workers and a shortage of work c) creates a surplus of work and shortage of labor d) causes higher unemployment in high skilled labor markets than in low skilled markets10. A minimum wage law: a) ensures that the economy is at full employment: everyone who wants a job at the current wage has one b) creates a surplus of workers and a shortage of work c) creates a surplus of work and shortage of labor d) causes higher unemployment in high skilled labor markets than in low skilled markets10. A minimum wage law: a) ensures that the economy is at full employment: everyone who wants a job at the current wage has one b) creates a surplus of workers and a shortage of work c) creates a surplus of work and shortage of labor d) causes higher unemployment in high skilled labor markets than in low skilled markets10. A minimum wage law: a) ensures that the economy is at full employment: everyone who wants a job at the current wage has one b) creates a surplus of workers and a shortage of work c) creates a surplus of work and shortage of labor d) causes higher unemployment in high skilled labor markets than in low skilled markets10. A minimum wage law: a) ensures that the economy is at full employment: everyone who wants a job at the current wage has one b) creates a surplus of workers and a shortage of work c) creates a surplus of work and shortage of labor d) causes higher unemployment in high skilled labor markets than in low skilled markets10. A minimum wage law: a) ensures that the economy is at full employment: everyone who wants a job at the current wage has one b) creates a surplus of workers and a shortage of work c) creates a surplus of work and shortage of labor d) causes higher unemployment in high skilled labor markets than in low skilled markets10. A minimum wage law: a) ensures that the economy is at full employment: everyone who wants a job at the current wage has one b) creates a surplus of workers and a shortage of work c) creates a surplus of work and shortage of labor d) causes higher unemployment in high skilled labor markets than in low skilled markets

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Tutor Amanda Afi

Answer is B. There are too many workers willing to work at the high minimum wage ...


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