[ lˈe͡ɪbə kˈɒnkəz ˈɔːl], [ lˈeɪbə kˈɒnkəz ˈɔːl], [ l_ˈeɪ_b_ə k_ˈɒ_n_k_ə_z ˈɔː_l]
Related words: work conquers all, work hard or you'll never succeed, work conquers all but death, labor conquers all but death and taxes, labor conquers all
Synonyms for Labor conquers all:
How to use "Labor conquers all" in context?
In spite of what Milton Friedman would have us believe, labor does not conquer all. In reality, the opposite is true. Labor - the efforts of workers - is the source of all prosperity. Labor creates the value in products and services and pays the bills of society. More than anything else, this is what defines economic progress.
From the time of our earliest ancestors, labor has been the source of all wealth and prosperity. Before agriculture, humans had to hunt and gather food to survive. As their economies grew more complex, humans began to farm and raise livestock.
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- work, pull one's weight.