Economics Multiple Choice Question – 13 August 2017

Economics

Which ONE of the following is an advantage of ‘division of labour’?

Select ONE answer:

  1. There will be an increase in allocative efficiency.
  2. There will be an increase in motivation levels.
  3. Through repetition, a worker becomes more effective at his/her job.
  4. There will be an increase in the number of skills a worker will learn.
  5. There is a decrease in costs

Give 3 examples of the disadvantages of ‘division of labour’?
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This is multiple choice question is suitable for Economics KS5 classes.

The answer is 3 – Practice makes perfect. By concentrating on the repeating the same task again and again, a worker acquires dexterity, skill and speed, and more­over, division of labour avoids waste of time and effort caused by changes from one task to another. Specialisation requires simplification of tasks and facilitates use of labour saving devices. Due to all these the quantity and quality of work increase tremendously.

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