Knowledge worker

a person employed to produce or analyse ideas and information

a person who works exclusively with information; a person who works in an information industry

Knowledge workers includes those in the information technology fields, such as programmers, systems analysts, technical writers, academic professionals, researchers, and so forth.
Word Origin

coined by Peter Drucker in Landmarks of Tomorrow


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