Thesaurus / laborer
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Millions brace for more layoffs, hunger and utility shutoffs as stimulus talks break downOn Thursday, Jenkins drove her old Dodge Caravan to a place that hires day laborers, hoping she could get on a cleaning or roofing crew.

Software is increasingly able to replicate or exceed the performance of human laborers, just as companies are looking to cut costs amid a global economic downturn, which puts existing jobs at risk, Lee said.

He lived in a small village in Haryana and worked as a driver and laborer in the fields.

Employers now tend to only hire laborers who have their own cars, one laborer told VOSD, out of fears of contracting the virus.

Last month, for example, the government banned dining in restaurants as part of its effort to suppress the third wave, effectively forcing manual laborers to eat on the street.

Yet, at the end of the season, the laborer has usually exhausted his wages and may be in debt to the planter.

The Philippine IslandsRamon Reyes Lala

When a geek prince hired out as a laborer for a year on Niflheim, he did so for only one purpose—to learn Terran technologies.

Uller UprisingHenry Beam Piper, John D. Clark and John F. Carr

Sanders was the name on the pay-roll,—John Sanders, laborer.

The laborer may be led to despise his well-paid tasks and yearn for their ease, and thus become indolent.

UsuryCalvin Elliott

Man is not in the world to work for himself; he is in the world to work for others, and the laborer is worthy of his hire.

My ReligionLeo Tolstoy


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