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human capitalnoun [U]

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ECONOMICS, HR employees, and all of the ​knowledge, ​skills, ​experience, etc. that they have, which makes them ​valuable to a ​company or ​economy: The ​corporation has become so ​valuable, not because of its ​fixedassets, but because of the ​humancapital of its ​softwareengineers and ​programmers.
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