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What's the difference between worker and laborer here?

“Do you think that workers will definitely happier than laborers?"

For learning: Chinese (Mandarin)
Base language: English
Category: Language



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    It's hard to say without more context, but laborer often refers to a person who does a very physical job that involves heavy lifting or building something. A worker usually refers to someone who works in an office.

    a laborer is a worker with hard physical job. a worker can be a laborer too, for example factory workers. the term worker is just a very broad definition comparing with the term laborer.

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