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1. Someone who is engaged in work which may require more bodily strength than skill or training.
2. Anyone who works with his/her hands, and so, who is engaged in manual labor.

Technological progress has lead to an increasing segment of manual labor requiring more training or even theoretical insight because it generally includes the use of machinery which includes more training for effective producion.

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Word Entries at Get Words: “laborer
laborer (LAY buhr uhr) (s) (noun), laborers (pl)
An individual who engages in physical or manual work which is often unskilled: Before Cary started his successful business career, he was a laborer on his father's farm.