Manpower may refer to:
- Manpower, either an abstract term for human labour effort (as opposed to machines, animals etc.) or the number of human productive units available/needed for professional or other tasks, also used when referring to such personnel as a resource (e.g. "a manpower shortage")
- Manpower, a 1941 film starring Edward G. Robinson, Marlene Dietrich, and George Raft
- Manpower, the workload one person can handle, compare to the term horsepower
- Manpower Inc., an international employment agency, headquartered in the US
- Manpower (album), a Hi-NRG album by Miquel Brown
- "The Manpower!!!", a song by Morning Musume
- Manpower Services Commission - a large building in Sheffield, England housing civil servants of the DfES and DWP
- Manpower, an all male revue from Australia of which Jamie Durie is a past member
- manPower (band), an electronica band from Missouri
- Manpower Incorporated (Honorverse), a fictional business in the series of Honor Harrington novels by David Weber, published by Baen Books.
- The Manpower Directorate http://www.awm.gov.au/encyclopedia/homefront/reserved_occupations.asp was a division of the Australian Government responsible for active service and support industry recruitment during World War II to combat labour shortages in strategic areas.