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 Translation for 'skilled worker' from English to Russian
NOUN   a skilled worker | skilled workers
SYNO skilled worker | skilled workman | trained worker
квалифицированный рабочий {м}skilled worker
Partial Matches
квалифицированный {adj}skilled
трудящийся {м}worker
работник {м}worker
занятие
офисный работник {м}
office worker
рабочий {м}(manual) worker
религ.
чудотворец {м}
miracle worker
занятиесоциол.
социальный работник {м}
social worker
гастарбайтер {м}guest worker
занятиестроит.
строительный рабочий {м}
building worker
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Usage Examples English
  • It is presumed to have housed craftsmen and labourers working on royal monuments and projects at Thebes, as well as in the ancillary industries needed to support such an administrative and skilled-worker population, and had its own bakery and cemetery.
  • A tradesman, tradeswoman, or tradesperson is a skilled worker that specializes in a particular trade (occupation or field of work).
  • Freemason also contrasts with "Rough Mason" or "Layer", as a more skilled worker who worked or laid dressed stone.
  • 50 in 2015), whereas classical historians regularly say that in the heyday of ancient Greece (the fifth and fourth centuries) the daily wage for a skilled worker or a hoplite was one drachma, and for a heliast (juror) half a drachma since 425 BC.
  • Charles Piaget, a skilled worker at the LIP factory, recalled that besides being prohibited from speaking, the semi-skilled workers had only 25 centimeters in which to move.

  • White people in the artisan, skilled worker and supervisory classes began to experience job competition from black people.
  • It is essentially a fish that has been scaled, gutted and deboned by a skilled worker before being reassembled with a transglutaminase to look like a dressed fish (fish gutted and with its head and fins removed).
  • ... Economic theory indicates that the movement of a skilled worker from a place where the returns to skill are relatively low to a place where they are relatively high should produce a net gain, although it would tend to depress the wages of skilled workers in the recipient country).
  • One person could milk more cows this way, as many as 20 for a skilled worker.
  • On January 1, 2015, the Government of Canada implemented the Express Entry Immigration system under the Economic Class including the Federal Skilled Worker Program.

  • Florence Poole in 1949 described a school social worker as a skilled worker required to determine which needs within the school can be met through school social work service.
  • For example, a study showed that the average skilled worker in Manchester spent 60% of his earnings on food while a corresponding family would earn around 1,700 annually which is relatively close to Engel’s estimation of 59.79.
  • This made it worth about a month's wages for a skilled worker, such as a craftsman or a soldier.
  • Quebec is the only province in Canada that is not a part of the Provincial Nominee Program (PNP), instead having its own system—the Quebec Skilled Worker Program (QSWP)—for the induction of immigrants into the province.
  • The goal is to enable dual qualification of academic and skilled worker knowledge with a focus on high academic standards.

  • During the First World War, Pollitt was exempt from conscription as a skilled worker.
  • mechanical engineer or skilled worker who creates technical drawings may be referred to as a drafter or draftsman.
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