- They can (typically) be a member of a U.S. Labor Force.
- They can (typically) participate in a U.S. Labor Market (within a U.S. economy).
- They can range from being an Employed U.S. Worker to being an Unemployed U.S. Worker.
- They can receive a U.S. Worker Wage.
- They can range from being a U.S. Farm Worker, to being a U.S. Manufacturing Worker, to being a U.S. Middle Manager, to being a U.S. Executive Worker, to being ...
- See: U.S. Job, U.S. Employer, U.S. Labor Market.