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Indifference curves embody several salient properties. 1 Negative Slope The indifference curve slopes downward because leisure and real income from work are both sources of utility or satisfaction. In moving southeast down the curve, some amount of real income—of goods and services—must be given up to compensate for the acquisition of more leisure if total utility is to remain constant. Stated differently, the indifference curve is downward-sloping because as an individual gets more of one good (leisure), some of the other good (real income) must be surrendered to maintain the same level of utility.
2 Thus we can draw a budget (wage) constraint line, which shows all the various combinations of income (goods) and leisure that a worker might realize or obtain, given the wage rate. 4. Given the $1 wage rate, at the extremes an individual could obtain (1) 24 hours of leisure and no income or (2) $24 of income and no leisure. The line connecting these two points reveals all other attainable options: $8 of income and 16 hours of leisure, $12 of income and 12 hours of leisure, and so forth. Observe that the absolute value of the slope of this budget line is 1, reflecting the $1 wage rate.
2 percent in 2014. b. Workers at the Sleepy Eye grain elevator are paid $10 per hour. c. The productivity of American workers as a whole increased by more than 2 percent per year in the last decade. d. The money or nominal wages of nursing aides increased by 2 percent in 2014. e. The Alpo dog food plant in Bowser, Indiana, laid off 15 workers last month. Why must the concepts of supply and demand as they pertain to product markets be modified when applied to labor markets? 5. What is the relative importance of labor as an economic resource?