Labour resources used express and applicable in the production size of the workforce. An indicator of the labor force is the number of people working in the natural or full-time workers per 100 ha of arable land. However, the amount of work, it is actually spent working, recently expressed in annual work units ( AWU ) per 100 ha of arable land. Resources and effort are varied in individual farms and corporate farms. As the area of farms declining resources and labor for 100 ha of arable land, while increasing productivity. It is a paradox that the holdings in area larger gain maximum productivity and minimum labor involved, and in the smallest farms vice versa. In addition, labor resources are differentiated in terms of working age, work experience in agriculture, education, gender, and the nature of work (work index, extra, family, employee). In 2010, the amount of work in the AWU per 100 ha of agricultural land in individual farms amounted to 14.5, including 13.3 on farms than 1 ha and 79.9 to 1 hectare, compared to 3.2 AWU in corporate farms.