Knowledge worker

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Knowledge workers are workers whose main capital is knowledge.wikipedia
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Peter Drucker

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The term is often incorrectly said to have been first coined by Peter Drucker in The Landmarks of Tomorrow (1959), which was his first use of the term 'knowledge work' but not 'knowledge worker'.
In 1959, Drucker coined the term "knowledge worker," and later in his life considered knowledge-worker productivity to be the next frontier of management.

Knowledge economy

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This framework is useful for positioning the myriad types of knowledge work relative to each other and within the context of organizations, markets, and the global knowledge economy.
In particular, the main personal capital of knowledge workers is knowledge, and many knowledge worker jobs require a lot of thinking and manipulating information as opposed to moving or crafting physical objects.

White-collar worker

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Examples include programmers, physicians, pharmacists, architects, engineers, scientists, design thinkers, public accountants, lawyers, and academics, and any other white-collar workers, whose line of work requires one to "think for a living".

Lifelong learning

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To that end, the public education and community college systems have become increasingly focused on lifelong learning to ensure students receive skills necessary to be productive knowledge workers in the 21st century.

The Landmarks of Tomorrow

The term is often incorrectly said to have been first coined by Peter Drucker in The Landmarks of Tomorrow (1959), which was his first use of the term 'knowledge work' but not 'knowledge worker'.
It is the source of the concept "knowledge worker".

Personal knowledge management

It is a response to the idea that knowledge workers need to be responsible for their own growth and learning.

New Knowledge Worker of Korea

The New Knowledge Worker of Korea or New Knowledge Person (abbreviated to NKWK as the post-nominal) is a distinction and honorary title in the Republic of Korea awarded personally for exceptional achievements with new knowledge including new skills and ideas in national economy, culture and arts.

Knowledge value chain

A knowledge value chain is a sequence of intellectual tasks by which knowledge workers build their employer's unique competitive advantage and/or social and environmental benefit.

Knowledge transfer

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Knowledge is a dominant feature in our post-industrial society, and knowledge workers are important in many enterprises.

Knowledge market

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Workforce

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Knowledge workers are workers whose main capital is knowledge.

Capital (economics)

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Knowledge workers are workers whose main capital is knowledge.

Knowledge

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Knowledge workers are workers whose main capital is knowledge.

Programmer

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Examples include programmers, physicians, pharmacists, architects, engineers, scientists, design thinkers, public accountants, lawyers, and academics, and any other white-collar workers, whose line of work requires one to "think for a living".

Physician

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Examples include programmers, physicians, pharmacists, architects, engineers, scientists, design thinkers, public accountants, lawyers, and academics, and any other white-collar workers, whose line of work requires one to "think for a living".

Pharmacist

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Examples include programmers, physicians, pharmacists, architects, engineers, scientists, design thinkers, public accountants, lawyers, and academics, and any other white-collar workers, whose line of work requires one to "think for a living".

Architect

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Examples include programmers, physicians, pharmacists, architects, engineers, scientists, design thinkers, public accountants, lawyers, and academics, and any other white-collar workers, whose line of work requires one to "think for a living".

Engineer

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Examples include programmers, physicians, pharmacists, architects, engineers, scientists, design thinkers, public accountants, lawyers, and academics, and any other white-collar workers, whose line of work requires one to "think for a living".

Scientist

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Examples include programmers, physicians, pharmacists, architects, engineers, scientists, design thinkers, public accountants, lawyers, and academics, and any other white-collar workers, whose line of work requires one to "think for a living".

Design thinking

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Examples include programmers, physicians, pharmacists, architects, engineers, scientists, design thinkers, public accountants, lawyers, and academics, and any other white-collar workers, whose line of work requires one to "think for a living".

Accountant

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Examples include programmers, physicians, pharmacists, architects, engineers, scientists, design thinkers, public accountants, lawyers, and academics, and any other white-collar workers, whose line of work requires one to "think for a living".

Lawyer

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Examples include programmers, physicians, pharmacists, architects, engineers, scientists, design thinkers, public accountants, lawyers, and academics, and any other white-collar workers, whose line of work requires one to "think for a living".

Academy

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Examples include programmers, physicians, pharmacists, architects, engineers, scientists, design thinkers, public accountants, lawyers, and academics, and any other white-collar workers, whose line of work requires one to "think for a living".