blue-collar worker

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blue-collar worker

American synonym for a manual worker. The contradistinction involved is with WHITE-COLLAR WORKER.
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According to blue collar workers, the answer appears to be a resounding yes, indicates a white paper released by Express Employment Professionals.
More than 600 runners, including 250 blue collar workers, participated in the race.
"The divergence between blue collar and white collar supply is going to persist and even become bigger through 2030," Gad Levanon, chief economist for North America at the New York-based research group and one of the authors of the report, said in an interview.
Ten cricket teams, comprising mostly blue collar workers alongside some high profile executives from the Odia community of the UAE, took time off from their hectic schedules to play the final match of the world's largest Prabasi (Non-Resident) Odia Cricket Tournament in the UAE.
TPT said the acquisition of Blue Collar continues the company's commitment to building a sound Media division for TPT Global Tech and it positions the company to produce quality entertainment and content to be delivered across different media and mobile broadcast platforms domestically and internationally.
"There's been a great deal of chatter about the future and frustrations of America's blue collar workers," Express CEO Bill Stoller wrote in a prepared statement.
According to the minister, the jobs created were mostly blue collar jobs, which is the main hub in the present day employment generation.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-January 23, 2017-TPT Global Tech makes Blue Collar Productions exclusive partner
Working Class: Challenging Myths about Blue Collar Labor.
How many blue collar jobs have been lost to Europe during the last 30 years?
SmartLife, an NGO regist-ered under the Community Development Authority in Dubai, not only hold an annual cricket tournament where white and blue collar workers engage on an even playing field, they also raise money to cover the education of the workers' children back home.