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USLUnited Soccer Leagues
USLUtah State Library
USLUterosacral Ligament (anatomy)
USLUnità Sanitarie Locali (Italian: Local Sanitary Unity)
USLUnion Sportive de Luzenac (French: Sports Union of Luzenac; Luzenac, France)
USLUnderwater Sound Laboratory (US Navy)
USLUnderdog Sports Leagues (Seattle, WA)
USLUniversal Static Line
USLUnited Spirits Limited (India)
USLUniversity of Southwestern Louisiana
USLUNIX System Laboratories
USLUpper Specification Limit
USLUnited States 12 Month Oil Fund, LP (stock symbol)
USLUnskilled Labor
USLUniversity of St. Louis (Tuguegarao City, Philippines)
USLUniversal Sign Language
USLUnorthodox Scripting Language (computer programming)
USLUnlimited Site License (software agreement)
USLUser System Language
USLUser Services Layer
USLUp Stage Left
USLUniversal Static Line (US Army)
USLUnion Sportive Lavalloise (French sports organization)
USLUnion des Sociétés Lausannoises (French: Union of Societies, Lusanne; Switzerland)
USLUnited States Laboratory
USLUniversity School of the Lowcountry (Mt. Pleasant, SC)
USLUnion Sportive Luzechoise (French sports organization)
USLUnderwater Sound Lab (US Navy, Fort Trumbull, New London, CT)
USLUser Segmented Library
USLUnder Slung Load (aviation)
USLUnites States Lines, Inc
USLUpper Statistical Limit
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They are practically unskilled labor. They will not count.
When skilled labor is the mobile factor and unskilled labor and capital are sector-specific, the model conforms to the empirical evidence.
AMIN NASRULLAH: Let's face it, the category of unskilled labor will always remain a question mark, whether it is in Pakistan or anywhere in the world.
The study found that 140,000 of the poorest Lebanese citizens -- mainly those who work in agriculture and other unskilled labor -- would be impacted by the crisis and pushed deeper into poverty through the end of 2014.
Lastly, technological change has a positive effect in all factor rewards with capital experiencing the highest gains and unskilled labor the least.
In this paper, we will show that when estimating the foreign trade factor composition (including the indirect effects on labor demand), opposite balances are revealed: the unskilled labor embodied in exports is more significant both in absolute and in relative terms whereas there is more skilled labor embodied in imports.
In our model, final good production requires unskilled labor as well as differentiated services, which enables us to examine the relationship between migration of workers and outsourcing of processing.
On one side, the United States and other developed countries have seen a surge in imports from countries that are substantially poorer and more abundant in unskilled labor than the developing country exporters that created so much anxiety a dozen years ago.
labor market has been transformed: the demand for skilled labor has increased while the demand for unskilled labor has diminished.
They also believe the manufacturing sector should expand in the medium term but say that with the competition of cheap unskilled labor in the Far East, particularly from China, growth will be almost all in skilled assembly--a boon for ordinary Mexicans, if the country can train them fast enough.