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Labour or Labor may refer to employment of any kind, physical work done by people or delivery of services by person for payment.

In an industrial or industry context, "labor" refers to the work performed by individuals, typically employees, in order to produce goods or services. Some common examples of labor in this context include:

  1. Manufacturing: The assembly of components into a finished product, such as assembling cars on a production line.

  2. Construction: The physical work involved in building or modifying structures, such as laying brick or installing insulation.

  3. Agriculture: The cultivation of crops and raising of livestock, such as planting and harvesting crops, or milking cows.

  4. Service industries: The provision of services to customers, such as waiters serving food or hairdressers cutting hair.

  5. Maintenance: The upkeep of equipment, facilities, and infrastructure, such as cleaning machines or repairing roads.

These are just a few examples of the types of labor that can be performed in an industrial or industry context. The specific nature of the labor will vary depending on the type of industry and the tasks being performed.

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