Adjective(1) not having or showing or requiring special skill or proficiency(2) lacking professional skill or expertise(3) not doing a good job
(1) There are also around one million Syrian workers in Lebanon - mainly in unskilled , low paid jobs.(2) Reily's informants were unskilled labourers, employed in low-status, poorly paid, menial jobs.(3) Then I got a job: as an unskilled labourer-cum-cleaner on a supermarket being built on the outskirts.(4) Both men and women work in skilled jobs; most unskilled workers are men.(5) The next decades saw the widespread organisation into general unions of low-paid and unskilled workers.(6) We are likely to need the services of these people, whom we term unskilled and yet whose skills are in reality priceless, for some time to come.(7) In ordinary construction, wages for skilled and unskilled workers are more or less standard.(8) On arrival, he found himself in a labour camp, being forced to do menial and unskilled work.(9) Why can't the Government look at bringing in unskilled labour for areas like this?(10) They're doing a job that's unskilled while under the constant threat of deportation.(11) Why push for a training program when even unskilled workers are getting jobs?(12) Being an employment intensive sector, this will create new jobs for skilled and unskilled labourers.(13) The financial success was achieved, however, on the back of a tottering pyramid of contract labour, often unskilled .(14) In the twentieth century the proportion of people who work at unskilled manual production jobs has steadily fallen.(15) The basic wage was for unskilled workers, and additional payments were specified for occupational skills.(16) Apart from extensive and expensive capital expenditure, plenty of labour was required, skilled and unskilled .
(1) unskilled worker :: 未熟練労働者
1. untrained ::
2. incompetent ::
3. inexpert ::
1. ace ::
2. adept ::
3. consummate ::
4. expert ::
5. master ::
6. masterful ::
7. masterly ::
8. professional ::
9. virtuoso ::
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