Labor Supply Curves to the Competitive Firms

The price taker in labor market: (1) Can set the salary that it will pay for the labor it hires. (2) Can set the salary at which it supplies the use of its labor. (3) Doesn’t care what salary it pays or obtains. (4) Can’t influence the wage recognized by the market.

Find out the right answer from the above options.

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