deskill

Deskill vs Reskill - What's the difference?

deskill | reskill |


As verbs the difference between deskill and reskill

is that deskill is to redesign (a job) so that less skill is required to carry it out, for example through the introduction of new technology while reskill is to retrain workers in the skills needed by modern business, especially after redundancy.

Skill vs Deskill - What's the difference?

skill | deskill |


As verbs the difference between skill and deskill

is that skill is to set apart; separate while deskill is to redesign (a job) so that less skill is required to carry it out, for example through the introduction of new technology.

As a noun skill

is capacity to do something well; technique, ability skills are usually acquired or learned, as opposed to abilities, which are often thought of as innate.

As an adjective skill

is (uk|slang) great, excellent.

Job vs Deskill - What's the difference?

job | deskill |


As verbs the difference between job and deskill

is that job is to do odd jobs or occasional work for hire while deskill is to redesign (a job) so that less skill is required to carry it out, for example through the introduction of new technology.

As a noun job

is a task.