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I was passing by the freeway road today and theres this huge project going on there. Seems like they're building a huge bridge which might take 3 years. What are those people who actually do the labour called ? I know the people with B.eng are the ones telling them what to do. Do those people even hold qualifications ?

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I was passing by the freeway road today and theres this huge project going on there. Seems like they're building a huge bridge which might take 3 years. What are those people who actually do the labour called ? I know the people with B.eng are the ones telling them what to do. Do those people even hold qualifications ?

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Labourers?

Depends on their role.
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Labourers?

Depends on their role.
They are called real engineer
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They are called real engineer
No. An unskilled labourer is called a labourer. A skilled labourer could legitimately call themselves an engineer in my opinion.
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No. An unskilled labourer is called a labourer. A skilled labourer could legitimately call themselves an engineer in my opinion.
Not all of them are unskilled some of them knows more than today's paper engineers because they practice on the real platform
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Not all of them are unskilled some of them knows more than today's paper engineers because they practice on the real platform
In which case, they're a skilled worker?
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they is called workies
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I was passing by the freeway road today and theres this huge project going on there. Seems like they're building a huge bridge which might take 3 years. What are those people who actually do the labour called ? I know the people with B.eng are the ones telling them what to do. Do those people even hold qualifications ?

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Labourers, workmen.
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In which case, they're a skilled worker?
Ok this depends upon how you define the word "skill" . I thought an act become a skill when one repeat it large number of time so that the person in question do it with fluidity that is absent in the hand of some other person . So in that case many of them are skilled person in my opinion at least.
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