craftworker


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Blacks represented 39% of the local population in Gramercy, Louisiana, but only 2% of the craftworkers and 15% of the unskilled workers at the plant.
Vivian Adams, an authority on her people's culture and an accomplished craftworker herself, stated ".
We model the handle, not the hand; if a craftworker can see the tool and feel the took and these perceptions match, a view of the hand merely obscures the workpiece.
Similarly, if one looks carefully at Braverman's attitude toward traditional craftwork, there is a sense in which his alleged romanticization of the craftworker represents a strength rather than a weakness in his analysis.
Classes, which are taught by experienced craftworkers and other skilled persons, require the study of trade manuals and educational materials.
Award winners were chosen by a jury consisting of construction experts from architectural and craftworker professionals to contractors and educators.
On occasion, Parks says, he has hired people with no diving experience, but, in every such case, the person was already a skilled craftworker.
Henri van de Esschert is an accomplished craftworker living in the Netherlands.
A craftworker will be in the gallery most days, to demonstrate a craft, or to discuss the work on show.
He added: "Do the employers think the current rate of pounds 240 a week for a highly skilled craftworker is going to retain and recruit workers?
Employers could also find difficulties staffing their trade stands on the maes, warned craftworker Ffred Ffransis.
One in 8 on-call workers (1 in 5 of the women) was a teacher (presumably a substitute), and 1 in 8 workers in the on-call category (1 in 4 of the men) was a carpenter, electrician, painter, or other construction craftworker.