Productivity meaning

prōdŭk-tĭvĭ-tē, prŏdək-
The quality of being productive.
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The rate at which goods or services are produced especially output per unit of labor.
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The rate at which photosynthesizing or chemosynthesizing producers form organic substances that can be used as food by consumers.
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The rate at which goods or services are produced by a standard population of workers.
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The quality of being productive.
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Productivity is the state of being able to create, particularly at a high quality and quick speed.

An example of productivity is being able to make top notch school projects in a limited amount of time.

An example of productivity is how quickly a toy factory is able to produce toys.

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The products and services we create. In computer advertising, productivity is an overused buzzword. How amazing that every new hardware and software product makes us all more productive. Naturally, the ads never mention the hours of training people need to use it effectively and the wasted time dealing with tech support afterwards. New systems have a tendency to not work the way we expect (see Systemantics). See productivity software.
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The state of being productive, fertile or efficient.
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The rate at which crops are grown on a standard area of land.
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The rate at which photosynthesizing or chemosynthesizing producers form organic substances that can be used as food by consumers.
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