Hillary Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, combined to earn more than $153 million in paid speeches from 2001 until Hillary Clinton launched her presidential campaign last spring, reported CNN.
After Hillary Clinton resigned as secretary of state, she joined the speaking circuit, raking in millions for paid speeches at about $200,000 a pop.
Type Definition Reward Land Labour Capital Enterprise All natural
resources The physical and
mental works of people All man made
tools and machines All managers and
organizers Rent Salary/Wage Interest Profit/Loss
Mobility of Labour refers to the movement of workers from one place to another
place. It depends upon; ·cost of
housing ·cost of relocation ·availability
of social amenities ·family ties
Occupational Mobility of Labour ·Lack of natural abilities ·Lack of qualification ·Cost and length of training ·Discrimination ·Ignorance of available job opportunities Ways to increase
Occupational Mobility of Labour ·By providing training and retraining ·By organizing job centers