A new study published in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine shows that it can be difficult to figure the value of a jersey in terms of value to the employee.
The study looked at how many employees would buy a new pair of pants if the price was $25 per pair.
The researchers calculated the number of people who would buy each pair of jeans if the cost was $100 per pair of Jeans.
They found that employees who would have bought a pair of the jeans if they were $25 were less likely to buy a pair if they would have paid $100 than if they paid $25 for each pair.
The researchers also calculated the value that a company could add to its employee earnings by selling the new pair for $100.
They determined that a person who bought a new $25 pair of shorts would earn about $75.
The same person who would purchase $100 jeans would earn $85.
The most commonly bought brand of jeans, the Levi’s brand, was the most valuable at $3,700 per pair in the study.
Levi’s is the only brand of pants to earn an average of $3.2 million per pair, and its jeans are the second most valuable pair in terms the study looked for.
Other brands, such as Old Navy and Urban Outfitters, earn more.
The study notes that while Levi’s and Old Navy are very popular, there are plenty of other brands on the market.
The authors conclude that companies should consider buying their employees new pants in order to keep them from buying more pants in the future.
It is important to note that while a person’s personal preferences can affect their decision, the study notes the majority of employees do not buy a high-end pair of shoes.