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Synonyms for skilled

having the ability to perform well

having or demonstrating a high degree of knowledge or skill

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having or showing or requiring special skill

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A company will be classified as (Category 2A) if it has 40 per cent or more skilled workers of its total work force - and at least 50 per cent of the multircultural ratio are available in company.
We derive steady-state unemployment rates by equalizing the flows into and out of unemployment and by using the fact that we assume natives and immigrants are divided into [xi] skilled and (1 - [xi]) low-skilled workers.
4 million skilled workforce has been demanded from all over the world for FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar and construction of infrastructure, stadiums, city rail, hotels and other construction projects for Dubai Expo while 0.
Raja Ashfaq Sarwar told the meeting that Qatar and Dubai governments have demanded skilled and unskilled workers for the projects of infrastructure particularly construction projects, under which, vast job opportunities will be available for two lakh skilled and semi skilled force on best remuneration from Pakistan.
Recruiters are able to search from their point of view -- automatically locating skilled craft workers based on trade, skills, work experience, educational level and other information that match jobs that they post.
In the North, there are two types of labor--high skilled and low skilled labor.
Those coming under the highly skilled migrant route should only be able to do highly skilled jobs - it should not be used as a means to enter the low-skilled jobs market," he added.
He will continue to report to Jose Lynch, president and chief operating officer of Skilled Healthcare LLC.
The Future Flows report compiled for Harvey Nash by the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR) predicts the total number of highly skilled migrants in the UK is set to rise to 812,000 in 2012 representing an increase of 14% over the next four years.
The classification of each skilled group is selected by occupations as below.
The controversial clampdown, to be unveiled in a speech to the TUC annual conference in Brighton today, will affect skilled workers from outside the European Union, the Sunday Telegraph revealed.
Many Northern Ontario colleges are feeling increasing pressure from industry and government alike, who are looking more and more to them to produce greater numbers of graduates in the fields of skilled trades.
Other people are doing skilled nursing,'' Weder said.
This pattern is true among both more and less skilled women.
Granholm told me that Michigan has an abundance of skilled manufacturing laborers--on the order of 20,000 people.