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labour mobility

noun [U] UK ( US labor mobility)
( UK also mobility of labour, US also mobility of labor) ECONOMICS, HR
the degree to which people are able and willing to move from one job to another or from one area to another in order to work: We need to encourage labour mobility as a key part of a healthy growing economy.
(Definition of labour mobility from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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