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  • 1. EPF4 demonstrate knowledge that many factors affect income
  • 2. Changes in supply and demand for specific goods and services often affect the incomes of the workers who make those goods and services.
  • 3. The demand for resources, including labor, comes from, or is derived from, the demand for the goods and services that are produced from these resources.This condition is known as derived demand.
  • 4. An increase in the demand for a good or service will lead to an increase in demand for the resources needed to produce that good or service.For example, an increase in demand for new homes will increase the demand for carpenters. The increase in demand for carpenters will likely lead to an increase in the income of carpenters.
  • 5. A decrease in the demand for a good or service will lead to a decrease in the demand for the resources needed to produce that good or service.This can lead to a decrease in the income of those who supply raw materials and other factors or production.For example, the use of computers may lead to decreased demand for notebook paper, which would lead to a decrease in income for wood pulp producers who sell to paper mills.
  • 6. Excess supply (surplus) can lead to a decrease in demand for workers to produce additional supply.For example, demand for auto workers decreases when sluggish sales results in excessive inventories of automobiles.