garment worker

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.garment worker - a person who makes garmentsgarment worker - a person who makes garments    
cloakmaker, furrier - someone whose occupation is making or repairing fur garments
dressmaker, needlewoman, seamstress, sempstress, modiste - someone who makes or mends dresses
needleworker - someone who does work (as sewing or embroidery) with a needle
outfitter - someone who sells men's clothes
stitcher - a garmentmaker who performs the finishing steps
sartor, seamster, tailor - a person whose occupation is making and altering garments
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Hasina giving cheque to a garment worker yesterday.
She lives - with her sister, also a garment worker.
3) In how many of the countries on the graph does a minimum-wage garment worker earn at least $1,200 in a year?
She was a garment worker for Local 75 International Ladies Garment Workers Union.
MAIMED Z Garment worker Anna, 16, who was on the fifth floor of the Rana Plaza, with her prosthetic arm
Police officers charge towards a garment worker during a protest in Dhaka yesterday.
The first case study is a recent boycott organizing campaign by a group of garment workers in Los Angeles--the Garment Worker Center Forever 21 Boycott Campaign of 2001-2004.
In another example, Bracamonte, an outspoken garment worker, said:
The Whitewashing campaign follows similar campaigns launched to raise awareness of garment worker conditions who provide clothing sold in GAP stores and anti-child labour campaigns launched against India.
This year, garment worker advocates are trying again to pressure Wilson and the California Assembly.
A garment worker and student, thilakshmi, who benefitted from this scheme and secured high grades, told camerapersons that she could study further only because her father availed this opportunity.
On Friday, garment worker Reshma Begum was found alive in the rubble, having survived after finding dry food and water in the wreckage.