Definition of workforce in English:

workforce

Line breaks: work|force
Pronunciation: /ˈwəːkfɔːs
 
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noun

[treated as singular or plural]
The people engaged in or available for work, either in a country or area or in a particular firm or industry: a quarter of Galway’s manufacturing workforce are being put out of a job
More example sentences
  • Pressure will grow to upgrade industries and workforces.
  • I imagine the area of mobile workforces is throwing up some usability challenges?
  • This pace is broadly comparable with the trend in manufacturing workforces in America, Britain and most other western economies.
Synonyms
employees, staff, personnel, human resources;
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