two employees at a yearly rate, Managerial Economics

A profit-maximizing firm faces the following options for hiring workers:

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a) Assume the firm has limited space so that it can only hire one worker. Which type of employee should the firm hire?

b) Assume the firm can rent additional space so that it can employ two employees at a yearly rate of €25,000. Should the firm rent the additional space? If yes, which type of employee should the firm hire?

 

 

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