"I am a worker."
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The statement in this sentence is my state as a worker, so you couldn't omit "vagyok" while it contains the person who is in the state so you don't have to include the pronoun. "Egy munkás vagyok" is okay, but "én egy munkás" lacks the statement of the sentence. (Sorry, I am still not even with the English linguistic terms.)