counterwork

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counterwork

(ˈkaʊntəˌwɜːk)
n
1. work done in opposition to other work
2. (Fortifications) defensive fortifications put up against attack
ˈcounterˌworker n
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People under 25 years old made up by far the largest supply of new workers in many occupations; they accounted for almost 89 percent of those who were food counterworkers, and roughly 80 percent of those who were waiters' and waitresses' assistants, and stock handlers and baggers .