Translation for 'skilled' from English to Russian
ADJ   skilled | more skilled | most skilled
квалифицированный {adj}skilled
квалифицированный рабочий {м}skilled worker
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Usage Examples English
  • Immigrants tend to be more highly skilled than non-foreign populations.
  • There has also been a high immigration rate of skilled workers, that is, the proportion of highly skilled emigrants among educated people is high.
  • The TFWP has four streams: high-skilled workers, low-skilled workers, the Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program, and the Live-In Caregiver Program.
  • As in all aspects of society, legislative changes and technological advances have required workforces to become more specialised and more highly skilled.
  • 19th century statistics support the growth of skilled workers, including high-skilled and low-skilled workers, as reaching above 60% of the English and Welsh population.

  • While less physically skilled than his father, Jerry Fortunov was a skilled tax lawyer with some training in marksmanship.
  • Operating department practitioners are highly skilled and dynamic healthcare professionals who provide skilled assistance to anaesthetists, administering anaesthesia in the operating departments within hospitals.
  • The Ford factory began with very skilled workers.
  • Maria Vasquez is highly skilled in hand to hand combat.
  • Tompkins also became a skilled whitewater kayaker, claiming first descents of rivers in California, Africa, and South America. In addition, he was a skilled bush pilot.

  • Generally, however, "individual" skilled workers are more valued to a given company than "individual" non-skilled workers, as skilled workers tend to be more difficult to replace.
  • It was worked by skilled miners from Cornwall and by less skilled Brazilian labourers and slaves.
  • Due to delays, the Quebec Skilled Worker Program is not popular among highly-skilled immigrants who have other pathways of faster immigration to the rest of Canada.
  • Wage compression refers to the empirical regularity that wages for low-skilled workers and wages for high-skilled workers tend toward one another.
  • Early in the twentieth century there was a division between the higher-skilled typographers and the lower-skilled mailers over whether they should be represented in the same union.

  • In addition to Australia's points system, which encourages skilled migration, regulations allow all international students completing an Australian degree to remain in the country for 18 months upon graduating.
  • The Minneapolis campus has 300 skilled nursing care beds and 50 domiciliary beds, and the Hastings campus has 200 domiciliary care beds.
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