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**1** Introduction

**2** Description of the problem

**3** Mathematical description of an employment structure

**4** Demonstration Example

**5** The optimal employment structure for society as a whole

**5.1** Criterion of an optimal employment structure

**5.2** Solutions for calculating an optimal employment matrix

**5.3** Test calculation with the demonstration example

**6** Representation of the labor market

**6.1** Mathematical model for simulating the labor market

**6.2** Test calculations with the demonstration example

**7** Some selected analyses to demonstrate the capabilities of the models

**7.1** Change in the performance evaluation between the individual professions by changing the performance needs structurer

**7.2** A new profession is arising

**7.3** Introduction of a social component into the remuneration system

**8** Integration of the labor market model into a model of an entire national economy

**8.1** Representation of the productive forces of an economy independently of the conditions of production

**8.2** Short discussion for continuing the problem

**9** Some critical remarks and conclusions on the developed model and outlook for further necessary investigations

**9.1** The labor market model is a study modell

**9.2** Performance evaluation within one profession

**9.3** Performance evaluation of the members of the management of a company

**9.4** Interpretations of the performance matrix

**9.5** Stochastic phenomena on the labor market

**9.6** Barriers to fluctuation

**9.7** Final remarks

Appendix

List of symbols used

References / Bibliography

Table of figures