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unskilledadjective

 us   /ʌnˈskɪld/
(of people) without any particular work skills, or (of work) not needing any particular skills: Unskilled workers may lose their jobs.
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"unskilled" in Business English

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unskilledadjective

uk   us   /ʌnˈskɪld/ WORKPLACE, HR
used to describe people who have no particular work skills: unskilled employees/labourers/workers Businesses such as restaurants are dependent on lower-paid, unskilled employees. The workforce was largely unskilled at relatively low pay levels.
used to describe work that does not need any particular skills: unskilled jobs/positions/work The hundreds of assembly jobs at the plant are mostly unskilled. Unskilled manual jobs no longer support a family, like they did in the 1950s. The jobs that required unskilled labor could be filled more cheaply overseas.
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