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Those who weren’t as networked — the homeless, the elderly, single mothers, and unskilled immigrants — slipped increasingly out of sight.
He soon found his Facebook Messenger inbox overflowing with requests for help from people who said they were too slow or technologically unskilled to sign up themselves.
So, the Dunning-Kruger effect is the idea that you can be unskilled and unaware that you are unskilled.
In political circles, de Blasio is considered particularly unskilled.
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Private employers complain of scarcity and the unreliability of the unskilled labourer.
To others it means three dollars a day for unskilled labor, fire, clothes, and something to eat.
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One took his fancy, he had been fond of music and not unskilled; this was a piece of Scarlatti, showy, foreign.
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For unskilled feet to approach those levels is almost certain death.
The seekers of homesteads include men of better stuff than the job-seekers attracted by high wages for unskilled labor.
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He was a brave and patriotic gentleman, but unskilled in military affairs; and he did not long retain the command.
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