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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The country's success lies on the shoulder of our blue-collar workers, who make up the backbone of our economy, so we must continue to provide them the tools and the opportunities to help them find better-paying jobs that fit their work skills,' shares
As a pioneering HR tech company, FastJobs has championed the blue-collar worker, also regarded as the "forgotten, unsung heroes." San said, "They are the backbone of the economy, and it is only fitting that we make it easier for them to find jobs that match their skills and which meet the needs of employers.
A Dubaicharity has launched a programme to help the children of blue-collar workers plan their careers so they can have the opportunities their parents did not.
as clear as among blue-collar workers, it still exists despite similarities
But more than just helping blue-collar workers find employment, FastJobs helps in bringing together people as well as bringing dignity to the skilled trade.
But more than just helping blue-collar workers find employment, FastJobs brings together people and brings back dignity to the skilled trade.
"The blue-collar worker is being replaced at a record pace, by the knowledge worker," according to Jeffrey E.
Perhaps more unexpected than the coffee/heart disease results are those suggesting a blue-collar worker is 43 percent more likley to die of heart disease that the stereotypically sedentary white-collar worker.
The best gift for a blue-collar worker is education, as well as the telecom credits that they can use to talk to their families for free.
'Look at the United States: You have Donald Trump representing the angry white blue-collar worker, and Bernie
An ecstatic Birendra Biswal, a blue-collar worker whose team lifted the Odisha Cup, said: "I was part of the under-16 and under-19 team of my state but due to financial issues, I couldn't pursue my dream of becoming a cricketer.
Muscat: What happens if an expatriate blue-collar worker, who lacks proper health coverage and funds, is admitted to a hospital with acute illness?