Industrial labour

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A female industrial worker amidst heavy steel semi-products (KINEX BEARINGS, Bytča, Slovakia, c. 1995–2000)

Industrial labor is labor in industry, mostly understood as manufacturing, but can include related service workers, such as cleaners and cooks.

Industrial labor usually requires skills in crafts or engineering.

Industrial labor movement[edit]

Labor unions are usually more present in industrial labor than other branches of labor. See also industrial unionism, industrial unrest and industrial action.

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