skilled work meaning

  "skilled work" in a sentence
  • [Economics]
    Work that can only be satisfactorily performed by somebody with appropriate technical qualifications, experience, or often both. Skilled workers are usually paid more than unskilled, and their jobs are typically more secure, because they would be difficult to replace, so that employers do not lay them off in the face of temporary falls in demand.


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  1. she can do a lot of skilled work though she is under age
  2. "eastern europe cultivates some of the most highly technical, skilled work forces in the world.
  3. jiale proudly hosts a skilled work force and offers its clients the benefits of being able to produce custom any number of custom specialty designs
  4. all skilled work can be pleasurable , provided the skill required is either variable or capable of indefinite improvement
  5. There is one underappreciated advantage to skilled work : stable employment.

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