65 Workers Quotes On Success In Life

These workers quotes will inspire you. Workers, a person who works for a company or organization or a person who produces or achieves a specified thing.

Below you will find a collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging workers quotes, workers sayings, and workers proverbs.

Best Workers Quotes

  1. “Workers of the world unite; you have nothing to lose but your chains.” ~ Karl Marx
  2. “Executives owe it to the organization and to their fellow workers not to tolerate nonperforming individuals in important jobs.” ~ Peter Drucker
  3. “The secret to success is good leadership, and good leadership is all about making the lives of your team members or workers better.” ~ Tony Dungy
  4. “There are many skillful apprentices, but few master workmen.” ~ Henry David Thoreau
  5. “The most important thing in industry is the person who does the industry, which is the worker… Labor is the only source of wealth.” ~ Eli Siegel

  6. “The workers are the saviors of society, the redeemers of the race.” ~ Eugene V. Debs
  7. “The most important word in the language of the working class is “solidarity.”” ~ Harry Bridges
  8. “Governments don’t want a population capable of critical thinking, they want obedient workers, people just smart enough to run the machines and just dumb enough to passively accept their situation.” ~ George Carlin
  9. “I pity the man who wants a coat so cheap that the man or woman who produces the cloth will starve in the process.” ~ Benjamin Harrison
  10. “Financial struggle is often the direct result of people working all their lives for someone else.” ~ Robert Kiyosaki

  11. “How can we vote for a bill [S.744] that our own CBO says will reduce average wages in America for 12 years, increase unemployment for 7 years, and reduce per capita GNP growth over 25 years? A bill that will admit 30 million people to permanent legal status in the next 10 years? That will dramatically increase the annual immigration flow, and will double the guest worker flow?” ~ Jeff Sessions
  12. “Seek out people to work with who are brimming with talent, energy, integrity, optimism, and generosity.” ~ Martha Stewart
  13. “If two men on the same job agree all the time, then one is useless. If they disagree all the time, both are useless.” ~ Darryl F. Zanuck
  14. “The farmer and manufacturer can no more live without profit than the labourer without wages.” ~ David Ricardo
  15. “What every employer is looking for is not someone who can do the job, but someone who can reinvent the job.” ~ Thomas Friedman

  16. “There’s a basic philosophy here that by empowering…workers you’ll make their jobs far more interesting, and they’ll be able to work at a higher level than they would have without all that information just a few clicks away.” ~ Bill Gates
  17. “What the woman who labors wants is the right to live, not simply exist — the right to life as the rich woman has the right to life, and the sun and music and art. You have nothing that the humblest worker has not a right to have also. The worker must have bread, but she must have roses, too. Help, you women of privilege, give her the ballot to fight with.” ~ Rose Schneiderman
  18. “The age of miracles has not past. The Miracle Worker is still ALIVE. His name is Jesus Christ!” ~ T. B. Joshua
  19. “Uncontrolled, mass immigration displaces British workers, forces people onto benefits, and suppresses wages for the low-paid.” ~ Theresa May
  20. “Yes I’m a worker, but I’m working on what I’m passionate about and what I believe in not what someone else is passionate about!” ~ Eric Thomas

  21. “The essence of leadership is the capacity to build and develop the self-esteem of the workers.” ~ Irwin Federman
  22. “I’d love to be an artist that’s multifaceted. At the moment, I am not. But wouldn’t that be cool if I was like, ‘Yeah, let me pull out my guitar and play you a song.’ I would adore that. I am so far not gifted in that way. But I am a very hard worker and a very determined person, so who knows?” ~ Anne Hathaway
  23. “We cannot neglect the unemployed, underemployed and dislocated workers of America who need ample and widespread funding for federal job training services.” ~ Joe Baca
  24. “Finally, it was about how people treat one another. It was about human dignity. We forced the employers to treat us as equals, to sit down and talk to us about the work we do, how we do it, and what we get paid for it. And I believe that the principles for which we fought in 1934 are still true and still useful. Whether your job is pushing a four-wheeler, or programming a computer, I don’t know of any way for working people to win basic economic justice and dignity except by being organized into a solid, democratic union.” ~ Harry Bridges
  25. “Very few restaurant workers could even dream of eating in the restaurants they work in. Many do not make a living wage.” ~ Anthony Bourdain

  26. “The Forgotten Man is delving away inpatient industry, supporting his family, paying his taxes, casting his vote, supporting the church and the school, reading his newspaper, and cheering for the politician of his admiration, but he is the only one for whom there is no provision in the great scramble and the big divide. Such is the Forgotten Man. He works, he votes, generally, he prays — but he always pays — yes, above all, he pays.” ~ William Graham Sumner
  27. “In Florida, then, and for farmworkers for the most part in the US, there’s a real sense of economic segregation. In the South, the structures of economic segregation still existed.” ~ Sanjay Rawal
  28. “St. Joseph was a just man, a tireless worker, the upright guardian of those entrusted to his care. May he always guard, protect and enlighten families.” ~ Pope John Paul II
  29. “When everyone is to cultivate himself into man, condemning a man to machine-like labor amounts to the same thing as slavery. If a factory worker must tire himself to death twelve hours and more, he is cut off from becoming man. Every labor is to have the intent that the man be satisfied… His labor is nothing taken by itself, has no object in itself, is nothing complete in itself; he labors only into another’s hands, and is used (exploited) by this other.” ~ Max Stirner
  30. “I have a Vision of the Future, chum. The workers flats in fields of soya beans Tower up like silver pencils, score on the score.” ~ John Betjeman

  31. “We are entering a new phase in human history – one in which fewer and fewer workers will be needed to produce the goods and services for the global population.” ~ Jeremy Rifkin
  32. “The cement in our whole democracy today is the worker who makes $ 15 an hour. He’s the guy who will buy a house and a car and a refrigerator. He’s the oil in the engine.” ~ Lee Iacocca
  33. “And also, more and more businesses really want to do the right thing. They feel better about themselves, their workers feel better, and so do their customers. I think this is equally true in the transnational corporations, but it is harder to express in those situations.” ~ Paul Hawken
  34. “Many who have read Marxist books have become renegades from the revolution, whereas illiterate workers often grasp Marxism very well.” ~ Mao Zedong
  35. “There’s a socialist bias to the consensus of the literary world: a ’30s mentality that says factory workers are more worthy of our attention.” ~ Jay McInerney

  36. “There is but one means available to improve the material conditions of mankind: to accelerate the growth of capital accumulated as against the growth in population. The greater the amount of capital invested per head of the worker, the more and better goods can be produced and consumed. This is what capitalism, the much-abused profit system, has brought about and brings about daily anew. Yet, most present-day governments and political parties are eager to destroy this system.” ~ Ludwig von Mises
  37. “Well, what there ought to be is an international labor organization, a confederation of the trade unions of all the countries speaking for the workers who are competing with one another, and talking about the difference in wage levels between, say, Europe and Indonesia.” ~ Richard Rorty
  38. “Our Hispanic community needs to understand how important the Social Security system is for not only its retired citizens but also its disabled workers.” ~ Grace Napolitano
  39. “To allow all U.S. workers to put part of their earnings into private investment accounts would definitely erode the Social Security system and cause uncertainty for new investors.” ~ Grace Napolitano
  40. “Trade can really be good for American workers and American businesses.” ~ Richard Neal

  41. “I can identify with steelworkers. I can identify with workers that have had a difficult time.” ~ Dan Quayle
  42. “If you’re in your early 20s and you’re hanging out with a bunch of other people in their early 20s, nobody has a sense of the kinds of problems that real ‘workers’ run into every day. They’re running into a completely different set of problems like ‘what’s the party going on right now that I should be going to?” ~ Aaron Levie
  43. “Even when I was making the first ‘Paranormal Activity,’ I didn’t tell anyone I was making it, not my friends or neighbors or co-workers. I just kind of found that there was nothing to gain by announcing to the world that you’re doing something.” ~ Oren Peli
  44. “The American people know the economy is too weak. Too many of them are suffering. So the question for Washington is, are we going to continue to play political games and – and – or are we going to say, we can do something right now to create jobs, to put money in the pockets of the middle-class, hire construction workers, teachers, veterans?” ~ David Plouffe
  45. “I’m not a Casanova in ‘The Newsroom,’ by the way – just another hard worker.” ~ Dev Patel

  46. “My grandfather was an autoworker, and I have a weapon he manufactured to protect himself from the company that he would carry to work. It’s a big iron pipe with a hunk of lead on the head. I think about how far we’ve come as companies from those days, where workers had to protect themselves from the company.” ~ Larry Page
  47. “At the time, there were very few foreign names in the press and they were all factory workers. I thought I’d never get a job at a university with a foreign name.” ~ Carl Rakosi
  48. “If every other store in town is paying workers $9 an hour, one offering $8 will find it hard to hire anyone – perhaps not when unemployment is high, but certainly in normal times. Robust competition is a powerful force helping to ensure that workers are paid what they contribute to their employers’ bottom lines.” ~ Christina Romer
  49. “Most arguments for instituting or raising a minimum wage are based on fairness and redistribution. Even if workers are getting a competitive wage, many of us are deeply disturbed that some hard-working families still have very little.” ~ Christina Romer
  50. “Today, our economy is divided: fifty percent is the public economy and fifty percent is the private economy that includes small companies employing from 4 to 200 workers.” ~ Ibrahim Rugova

  51. “We might be workers, but we are not happy-go-lucky jungle bunnies.” ~ Slick Rick
  52. “To fix Social Security, we should first stop using the Consumer Price Index to adjust benefits for inflation. Using the C.P.I. overstates the impact of inflation and has also led to larger increases in benefits for Social Security recipients than the income gains of typical American workers.” ~ Steven Rattner
  53. “At this point, American workers are pretty respectful of the bosses they loathe.” ~ Ted Rall , Respect workers quotes
  54. “Believe it or not, we will actually be better and happier workers if we are allowed to be better parents. We might even rediscover our capacity for fun.” ~ Anne-Marie Slaughter
  55. “My mother was a housewife. My father was a garment worker.” ~ Alan Sugar

  56. “In the ‘Nike Economy,’ there are no standards, no borders, and no rules. Clearly, the global economy isn’t working for workers in China and Indonesia and Burma any more than it is for workers here in the United States.” ~ John J. Sweeney
  57. “In ‘The General Strike,’ we celebrate those who bring a new vision for the world to the table. People who stand for workers’ rights, human rights, a just representative political system, and a new model of doing business where sustainability is the norm, not the exception.” ~ Justin Sane , Workers quotes rights
  58. “The stark reality facing us today is that without the labor reforms, workers will get neither the income nor jobs in the face of cut-throat global economic competition.” ~ Kim Young-sam
  59. “All workers, whether they are employed in the private or public sector, should avoid living ‘paycheck to paycheck.’ Studies show that every household wastes 10% or more of its salary or income on unnecessary expenditures or by not taking the time to shop for better prices. It’s all a matter of proper budgeting.” ~ Mark Skousen
  60. “As the member of a firefighter family myself, supporting the widowed families of rescue workers is an important, personal cause of mine.” ~ Mark Sanchez

  61. “Before Barack Obama took office, it looked like that pride could have vanished forever, but today, from the staggering depths of the Great Recession, the nation has had 29 straight months of job growth. Workers across my state and across the country are getting back the dignity of a good job and a good salary.” ~ Ted Strickland
  62. “Our nation was built by pioneers – pioneers who accepted untold risks in pursuit of freedom, not by pioneers seeking offshore profits at the expense of American workers here at home.” ~ Ted Strickland
  63. “I have always felt that it was important that everyone who was a worker join a labor organization.” ~ Eleanor Roosevelt

  64. “In the past, we couldn’t talk to non-union workers. Now we can at least talk to non-union workers so we’ll be mobilizing them and educating them not for just six or eight months before an election, but we’ll be doing it year-round.” ~ Richard Trumka
  65. “General Petraeus is not a miracle worker. He can not be successful unless the president creates greater confidence within his own team about the decisions which the president has himself made.” ~ Jim Talent

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