Unskilled Work

(redirected from unskilled)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Wikipedia.
Related to unskilled: unskilled worker

Unskilled Work

Work that requires no special training or education. Unskilled work includes washing dishes or mopping floors. Many companies require unskilled work to operate; however, it generally is low-paid work.
References in periodicals archive ?
The AJK government had proposed necessary arrangements to convert the unskilled youth into a skilled man power through imparting them technical training in various fields of national development.
It was determined that the weekly top scores from Star Fantasy Leagues skilled players beat the unskilled lineup in the one-day fantasy simulations 16,999 times out of 17,000, or in simpler terms, boasted a win rate of 99.
Sadly, though, rational know full it's the unskilled to our that sours life.
That includes making sweeping educational and vocational changes to give India's unskilled people the necessary tools to find jobs at home.
Abdullah Al-Sagheer, a Saudi associated with the small and medium enterprises sector, told Arab News that many expatriates buy visas for unskilled professions.
The implications of hurtling down the unskilled path are obvious clinically.
The cap would be five years for unskilled labour, seven years for average technical skills and 10 years for advanced skills, he said.
1) We find that the FCT for capital is positive, the FCT for skilled labor is negative, but quite close to zero, while the FCT of unskilled labor is negative and large in magnitude.
The Bahrain Labour Union Free Federation (BLUFF), which was formed last Wednesday, wants separate pay grades for skilled and unskilled Bahrainis and expats.
This paper discusses the large reductions in full-time employment among unskilled Australian males that began in the 1970s and continued over the next three to four decades.
In an effort to curb the flow of unskilled workers into the country's construction industry, the UAE government has decided to set up training centres in sub continental countries, a government official has said.
The econometrics analysis confirms that increase in import penetration raises skilled premium while simultaneously reducing unskilled premium; a result in contention with the findings of the Stolper-Sameulson Theorem.