craftwork

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craft·work

 (krăft′wûrk′)
n.
Work made or done by craftspeople.

craft′work′er n.

craftwork

(ˈkrɑːftˌwɜːk)
pl n
1. (Crafts) works of artistry or craft
2. (Crafts) the practice of a craft
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It showcases the work of craftworkers in glass, jewellery, ceramics, metal and textiles.
A 2-year associate degree program in telecommunications technology is instituted for all craftworkers.
20: Start of Gwynedd & Clwyd Association of Craftworkers exhibition, Penrhyn Castle, Bangor, 11am-5pm, 01248 353084.
Export-sensitive industries usually had higher proportions of managers and professionals, technical workers, and craftworkers and lower proportions of machine, operators and laborers than did import-sensitive industries.
20-10: Gwynedd & Clwyd Association of Craftworkers exhibition, Penrhyn Castle, Bangor, 11 am-5pm, 01248 353084.
However, the contribution of these changes to increasing inequality was partially offset by shifts in the ratio of group mean earnings to the overall average, which rose toward 1 for farmers and declined toward 1 for managers, salesworkers, and craftworkers.
The meeting will see trustees discuss converting the ruined workhouse into housing or a training centre for craftworkers.
Terms provide for wage increases of 55 cents an hour in the first year and 50 cents an hour in the second and third years for production workers; and 70 cents an hour in the first year and 65 cents an hour in the second and third years for craftworkers.
Also running until March are the Rhoscolyn Rocks and Landscape and Anglesey Craftworkers exhibitions at the Ucheldre Centre,Holyhead.
For instance, craftworkers, operatives, and laborers all have rates of more than 9.
Throughout the weekend of July 20 and 21, the festival will include reenactment battles, a Viking wedding, and on-field exhibitions including one put together by young archaeologists to mark National Archaeology Week; other exhibitions are being devised by members of the Anglesey Craftworkers Guild.
Shortages of specialized craftworkers, especially welders, and increasing labor costs have helped spur the adoption of labor-saving technology.