[ noun ] (work) a worker who has acquired special skills
Used in print(Committee for Economic Development, Distressed...)
Most skilled industrial workers , nevertheless , still acquire their skills outside of formal training institutions .
The National_Manpower_Council of Columbia_University has estimated that three out of five skilled_workers and one out of five technicians have not been formally trained .
Vocational educators do not claim that school training alone makes skilled_workers , but it provides the essential groundwork for developing skills .
A_few key skilled_workers experienced in the company 's type of work usually must be brought_in with the plant manager , or hired away from a similar plant elsewhere .
A prospective industry also may be interested in the long-run advantages of training_programs in the area to supply future skilled_workers and provide supplementary extension courses for its employees .
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