The construction sector represents a strategically important sector in the world, providing building and infrastructure on which all sectors of the economy depend. On the other hand it is also a dangerous or a hazardous place because of the high incidence of accidents that can happen on the construction sites. These hazards include injuries to workers through falling from high place, tripping over obstacles, and specially falling debris. It has two types, which are skilled workers and unskilled worker or also known as laborers. A skilled worker is any worker who has some special skill, knowledge, or (usually acquired) ability in their work. A skilled worker may have attended a college, university or technical school. Or, a skilled worker may have learned their skills on the job, example of a skilled worker is welder. Laborer is a person who does one of the construction trades, traditionally considered unskilled manual labor, as opposed to skilled labor. In the division of labor, laborers have all blasting, hand tools, power tools, air tools, and small heavy equipment, and act as assistants to other trades, example mixing cement.
Most of the laborers problems is having a small wage and being a contractual employee. The minimum wage in the national capital region is ranging to 350-450 per day, while a contractual employee is one who is hired to work for a specific period of time on an hourly basis or a contracted amount. The jobs that require unskilled labor are continually shrinking due to technological and societal advances. Jobs that previously required little or no training now require training. For example, labor that was once done manually now may be assisted by computers or other technology, requiring the worker to have technological skills. So we decided to focus on laborers, what is it like to be an unskilled construction worker.
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