un|skilled [ ,ʌn`skıld ] adjective
working at a job that does not need much education, training, or experience:
unskilled workers
a. used about jobs that unskilled people do:
unskilled labor
b. unable to do a job that needs skill

Usage of the words and phrases in modern English. 2013.

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