Types of Production

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Job Production- is making one thing at a time. Job production is used when a firm manufacturers labour intensive products. Each product has a unique design based upon the customer's specification. These products often require highly skilled labour and have high costs and can be very expensive. They are usually unique and take a long time to make. High levels of supervision, skilled work force and often a tall hierachy may be required.

Mass Production is making lots of things continuously. This…

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