Keywords: intellectual labor, complicated mental labor, creative work, labor character and content, technological mode of process.


 Article deals with special preconditions of complicated mental labor expansion, as mass phenomenon. The influence of technological mode of process changes as well as changes of institutional sphere on intellectual labor emerging and expansion.


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Kamenieva, T., Skalik, M., Radko, V., Matsyura, S., & Mazurok, P. (2018). INTELLECTUAL LABOR AS A DRIVING FORCE FOR INFORMATION ECONOMY DEVELOPMENT. Scientific Journal of Polonia University, 31(6), 19-26.