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6 Representation of the labor market

So far, the employment structure as a subsystem of an economy has been described mathematically by a system of matrices and vectors. However, this is only an extensive data set that describes a state in general. In addition, a mathematical solution algorithm was used to calculate the data set that describes the optimal state of the employment structure that society should strive for.

But the crucial question is: How has the subsystem of the production conditions to be designed for the system to move towards this optimal employment matrix, preferably by a self-optimizing system?

A well-known subsystem of which this performance is more or less expected is the labor market. It exists with some differences in the capitalist market economy and in the real-socialist planned economy.

Subsequently I want to present a labor market in a mathematically idealized form and examine how it reacts in relation to our requests for self-optimization.

To achieve this it is necessary to phrase rules according to which fluctuations of the workers are possible and thereby enable changes of the current, not yet optimal employment structure (employment matrix). In addition, the driving forces that cause the corresponding changes must be described.

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