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Synonyms for worker

a person who works at a specific occupation

a member of the working class (not necessarily employed)

sterile member of a colony of social insects that forages for food and cares for the larvae

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But now, no sooner was the wax-cluster in position than the workers below broke out again.
But we're hatching out drones with workers' stomachs; workers with drones' stomachs; and albinoes and mixed-leggers who can't pack pollen--like that poor little beast yonder.
He proved that the old six-sided cell was solely due to the workers building against each other on opposite sides of the wall, and that if there were no interference, there would be no angles.
Suppose now, we sound workers tried to raise a Princess in some clean corner?
This enormous megaphone of unchallenged opinion has partially succeeded in convincing Americans that without continued access to millions of foreign workers, America's economy will wither on the vine, and that the best way to stop illegal immigration is to pass guest-worker legislation.
Mike Simonds, senior vice president of marketing and product development for UnumProvident, said the long-term disability claim cost of an average 55-year-old worker is more than double that of an average 45-year-old.
Coverage may also be denied in situations involving self-inflicted injuries (including those caused by a person who starts a fight), injuries suffered while a worker was committing a serious crime, injuries suffered while an employee was not on the job, and injuries suffered when an employee's conduct violated company policy.
Williams goes deep cover as a low-wage retail worker at two national toy store chains in Inside Toyland: Working, Shopping, and Social Inequality (University of California Press, January 2006).
Jobs that place heavy demands on the worker and over which workers have little control (common among low-status workers and women) increase the risk of conditions such as coronary heart disease (Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, 1999; Syme & Balfour, 1997).
While the reader only occasionally gains a glimpse of the individual worker behind the generalizations, Hirsch offers a substantial work of scholarship, loaded with insight into the amalgam of class, race, and gender that shaped late nineteenth and early twentieth century industrial relations.
A laboratory-confirmed case was defined as any worker, symptomatic or asymptomatic, who had laboratory evidence of recent H.
This selfish worker stays still for a minute or two in a suspiciously crouched position.
Social Worker/Registered Social Worker (generally, holders of degrees: Bachelor of Social Work, Master of Social Work, Doctor of Social Work);
The workers, with help from the Immigrant Worker Project nearby, first tried to find backing from major unions like the Farm Labor Organizing Committee and the United Food and Commercial Workers.
Currently, an injured worker will typically hire a lawyer, who will sue the employer on his client's behalf, with the level of compensation then decided in court.