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The demand for high-skilled workers is greater than the demand for low-skilled workers because


A. the MRP curve of high-skilled workers lies to the right of the MRP curve of low-skilled workers


B. high-skilled workers have a larger MP


C. high-skilled workers get paid more


D. Both answers A and B are correct

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