@gnjesusp13 asked 3 months ago.

How much of the factory labor cost for the year consisted of indirect labor?

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@dom answered 3 weeks ago.

 

The indirect labor costs are typically a percentage of the direct labor costs, and the percentage depends on the type of manufacturing. For example, in a factory where workers are required to wear uniforms, the cost of the uniform is a direct labor cost, but the cost of laundering the uniform is an indirect labor cost.

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@david answered 3 weeks ago.

The indirect labor costs are typically a percentage of the direct labor costs, and the percentage depends on the type of manufacturing. For example, in a factory where workers are required to wear uniforms, the cost of the uniform is a direct labor cost, but the cost of laundering the uniform is an indirect labor cost.

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@trustissue answered 3 weeks ago.

The indirect labor costs are typically a percentage of the direct labor costs, and the percentage depends on the type of manufacturing. For example, in a factory where workers are required to wear uniforms, the cost of the uniform is a direct labor cost, but the cost of laundering the uniform is an indirect labor cost.

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@jefonawi answered 2 months ago.

The indirect labor costs are typically a percentage of the direct labor costs, and the percentage depends on the type of manufacturing. For example, in a factory where workers are required to wear uniforms, the cost of the uniform is a direct labor cost, but the cost of laundering the uniform is an indirect labor cost.
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@iwahufabo answered 2 months ago.

The factory labor cost for the year amounted to $1,450,000. Indirect labor cost amounted to $900,000.
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