To see why, lets look at JOLTS, a data series from the Bureau of Labor Statistics which tracks job openings and turnover.
Kravchenko was a self-made millionaire whose “March 8th” furniture factory and stores had an annual turnover of $200 million.
But the manager says turnover is high and that he sells out of even such pricey items as Pringles, Nescafe, and balsamic vinegar.
turnover was huge in the growing auto industry, as workers hopped from factory to factory in search of better wages.
By contrast, the turnover rate for physicians at large practices was 6.8 percent in 2012.
This means an average annual turnover (of individual members and locals) for the past ten years of 133 per cent.
When she returned from the kitchen with his turnover he was standing.
It was she to whom we ran to tell of triumphs and sorrows; she whose sympathy, ash-cakes and turnover pies never failed us.
"Come over here," and Teddy whistled as he did for turnover.
A few weeks after the turnover, Adams seemed to have more time.
The eve of one's release from prison: He told me next Sunday was his turnover and I should meet him at the gate (1934+ Prison)