Definition of Trained worker
1. Noun. A worker who has acquired special skills.
Generic synonyms: Worker
Specialized synonyms: Aquanaut, Oceanaut, Armorer, Armourer, Aeronaut, Airman, Aviator, Flier, Flyer, Baker, Bread Maker, Balloonist, Butcher, Slaughterer, Calligrapher, Calligraphist, Coiner, Minter, Moneyer, Cook, Artificer, Artisan, Craftsman, Journeyman, Crew Member, Crewman, Cutter, Dental Hygienist, Draftsman, Draftsperson, Draughtsman, Dyer, Editor, Editor In Chief, Electrician, Lineman, Linesman, Engraver, Aesthetician, Esthetician, Fisher, Fisherman, Founder, Framer, Fumigator, Galvaniser, Galvanizer, Gilder, Grip, Harpooneer, Harpooner, Hunter, Huntsman, Indexer, Laminator, Lobsterman, Lockkeeper, Lockman, Lockmaster, Fixer, Mender, Repairer, Funeral Director, Funeral Undertaker, Mortician, Undertaker, Mounter, Functionary, Official, Oilman, Lens Maker, Optician, Painter, Perfecter, Phlebotomist, Plaiter, Plasterer, Plater, Power Worker, Power-station Worker, Pressman, Printer, Projectionist, Refiner, Preserver, Refinisher, Renovator, Restorer, Riveter, Rivetter, Router, Crewman, Sailor, Man, Military Man, Military Personnel, Serviceman, Shearer, Skinner, Metalworker, Smith, Smith, Technician, Piano Tuner, Tuner, Turner, Turtler, Voicer, Vulcaniser, Vulcanizer, Wall-paperer, Wallpaperer, Wireman, Wirer
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Literary usage of Trained worker
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Social Welfare Forum: Official Proceedings ... Annual Forum by National Conference on Social Welfare, American Social Science Association, Conference of Charities (U.S., Conference of Charities (U.S.), National Conference of Social Work (U.S. (1921)
"Thirdly, we may help the community to understand and make the best use of the services of the trained worker. Agencies accept our judgment that they need ..."
2. The Charity Organization Movement in the United States: A Study in American by Frank Dekker Watson (1922)
"Third, the trained worker has developed a special skill or technique for his work. In all his activities the trained worker will be the one ever most open ..."
3. Proceedings of the National Conference of Charities and Correction, at the by National Conference of Charities and Correction (U.S.). Session (1908)
"In this case more than in any other known to me the supply creates the demand. The work that the trained worker does under conditions that make trained work ..."
4. The Social Mission of Charity: A Study of Points of View in Catholic Charities by William Joseph Kerby (1921)
"Not every friend of the poor need be a trained worker. ... For the moment no distinction is made between the paid and the volunteer trained worker. ..."
5. Library Journal by American Library Association, Library Association (1915)
"This is the age of the trained worker, and people no longer think that every one %vho loves books will make a good librarian. The college library in the ..."
6. Proceedings of the National Conference of Charities and Correction, at the by Session (1913)
"Enough to say here that of such leadership in social work a paid trained worker is a necessary part. Especially in the smaller city is some all around ..."
7. Fourth Report of the Factory Investigating Commission, 1915 by Robert Ferdinand Wagner, Laurence M. D. McGuire (1915)
"The wages are raised because the trained worker is doing a higher class job, ... The trained worker can secure a position more readily and does not drift ..."
8. The Journal of Home Economics by American Home Economics Association (1921)
"For the trained worker in industrial camps, there is a wide field. The best opening would be in the camps that believe their problems can be solved. ..."