The most obvious example of direct labor cost would be where a worker is paid directly for every time they do work. This is also the most common definition of direct labor cost, and it certainly applies to factories.
However, there are many other definitions of direct labor cost. For instance, a factory can be thought of as a factory that doesn’t hire anyone directly. They hire a worker, who then works directly for the factory (or subcontractors) for a wage. Other factories pay a worker directly for some amount of work, but then the worker gets a wage for time spent doing that work. In the case of a factory paying for a certain number of hours, this is direct labor cost.
Direct labor cost is one of the most important factors in understanding profits. The fact that a factory makes money with a certain number of hours spent by its worker is known as profit margin. In our example a factory might make profits with a profit margin of $1,000,000 a year. However, its worker pays $4,000 to $6,000 a year to work for the factory.
Another example of direct labor cost is the cost of each individual part of the item that goes into production. This is often known as direct labor cost. In case of a factory paying for a certain number of hours spent by its worker, this is direct labor cost.
The direct labor cost of a particular piece of machinery is the cost, in dollars, of that piece of machinery to the factory. In our example, a piece of machinery that costs $1 to $10 to build (this would be a bicycle, for example) would cost the factory $10 to $20 to build.
The cost of a piece of machinery is the cost of that piece of machinery, in dollars, to the factory. So a piece of machinery that costs $20 to build would be a bicycle, for example would cost the factory $70 to build.
Labor cost is the direct labor cost of a particular piece of machinery.
The point is that a machine built by a factory is a labor cost. You can build a machine by making it yourself and then you can spend it on other stuff.
What is labor cost? Again, the cost of a piece of machinery to a factory is the cost of that piece of machinery, in dollars, to the factory. So a piece of machinery that costs 20 to build is a bicycle, for example would cost the factory 70 to build. Labor cost is the direct labor cost of a particular piece of machinery.
The second thing I find really interesting about these trailers is that you can’t even make these trailers that are actually trailers, like the original trailers for the Deadman. If you look at the first trailer from the trailer of the trailer of the Deadman, there are a lot of holes in the trailer, but nothing much. If you look at the trailer of the Deadman, the holes are much wider than the trailer, the holes are more massive.