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steelworker

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsteelworkersteel‧work‧er /ˈstiːlˌwɜːkə $ -ˌwɜːrkər/ noun [countable]  someone who works in a factory where steel is made
Examples from the Corpus
steelworkerIn the Greater Chicago area alone, 70,000 steelworkers lost their jobs in the Reagan years.They spent millions on mental health programs in Youngstown, and we were able to trace 33 steelworkers who used them.Now, maybe, if organized labor had not collapsed, they would not be steelworkers.I feel guiltier than most, I suppose, because I made my money off steelworkers.Deborah runs a job-training program at Republic Steel, to place steelworkers in new jobs.Does he not realise the bitterness of the steelworkers who were in no way consulted?I almost said, the steelworkers have had their Depression and maybe this one is just for us.
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