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Worldwide white-collar workers are facing issues due to structural changes in the global economy and production system.
and Canada and cuts of another 8,000 white-collar workers worldwide.
The reduction includes 8,100 white-collar workers, some of whom will take buyouts and others who will be laid off.
Nearly six in 10 blue-collar workers (59%) versus 41% of white-collar workers say they would look to an employer to provide the necessary training.
It's even starting to replace white-collar workers," AXA Insurance CIO Bruno Fonseca said at DigiTrans 2017.
"The walking meeting pilot study provides early evidence that white-collar workers find it feasible and acceptable to convert a traditional seated meeting into a walking meeting.
That hierarchy is built on the idea that white-collar workers are more skilled than blue-collar workers, so the white-collar workers tend to get paid more and, because people prefer higher pay, a person would choose to do blue-collar labor only if no other options were available.
Forty-eight percent, envision a future in which robots and digital agents displace a significant number of blue- and white-collar workers leading to drastic income inequality and masses of unemployable people.
This adjustment is expected to affect an estimated 163 employees in Orebro, consisting of 110 blue-collar workers and 53 white-collar workers.
Volvo Car Corporation, a Sweden-based automaker, is planning to lay off 1,000 consultants and white-collar workers.
Wu Min-chi, vice minister of the CEPD, noted that inclusion of foreign white-collar workers into the labor pension system has the significance of policy announcement, capable of encouraging foreign white-collar workers to work in Taiwan for a long time.
Almost 19% of white-collar workers named financial reasons, and another 17% gave various other reasons for living in their neighbourhood.