What is another word for hard workers?

Pronunciation: [hˈɑːd wˈɜːkəz] (IPA)

Hard workers are individuals who are dedicated, committed, and determined to achieve their goals. They are persistent, resilient, and diligent in their pursuit of success. Synonyms for the term "hard workers" include diligent workers, industrious workers, assiduous workers, persevering workers, and tireless workers. These individuals possess a strong work ethic and are willing to put in the effort and time required to excel in their chosen fields. They understand the value of hard work, and they take pride in their accomplishments. Whether they are entrepreneurs, athletes, or employees, hard workers are respected and admired for their unwavering commitment to excellence.

What are the hypernyms for Hard workers?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
  • Other hypernyms:

    efficient people, productive people, diligent people, conscientious people, reliable people, determined people, industrious people, persevering people.

Famous quotes with Hard workers

  • A person who has gained wisdom through education remains simple and humble, but the people who have gained just degrees or certificates by any immoral means are always seen creating trouble in an organisation by playing office politics, sneering hard workers and snatching others credit et al.
    Anuj Somany
  • A person who shows the honest respect for hard workers is more nationalist than one who displays pompously own country flag on self body or dress part.
    Anuj Somany
  • In such an environment there operates an unfortunate natural selection. Since not only the rewards but also the means and opportunities of public activity belong to the organized system, a bright boy will try to get ahead in it. He will do well in school, keep out of trouble, and apply for the right jobs. It would follow from this that the organized system is sparked by a good proportion of the bright boys, and so it is. On the other hand, in sheer self-protection, smart boys who are sensitive, have strong animal spirits or great souls, cannot play that game. There are two alternative possibilities: (1) Either the advantages of the organized system cause them to inhibit their powers, and they turn into cynical pushers or obsessional specialists or timid hard workers that make up the middle status of the system. Or (2) their natural virtues and perhaps alternative training are too strong and they become independents; but as such they are hard put, not so much hard put for money as for means to act; and so they are likely to become bitter, eccentric, etc., and so much the less effective in changing the system they disapprove
    Paul Goodman

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