Profit Maximization-Labor Markets

If, after hiring the very last worker, the firm's profit is similar as it was before the last worker was hired, then the firm must: (1) Hire more workers to raise gain. (2) Layoff certain workers to raise the gain. (3) Not hire any more workers. (4) Shut down in short run.

Choose the right answer from the above options.

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