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The labor market will reach equilibrium as the amount of workers willing to work for a certain price equals the amount of workers employers are willing to hire for that wage. On a supply and demand curve the employees represent the suppl side while the employers represent the demand side

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Q: Explain how labor market equilibrium is affected by the supply and demand of labor in a Monopolistic Competition?
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