Blue collar worker là gì

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relating to lớn people who vị physical work rather than mental work, and who usually bởi vì not work in an office:
relating to jobs that involve sầu physical work, especially work that you vì not need any special skills to be able lớn do:
The unusual feature of this scheme was that blue-collar workers in small firms were covered at the same time as large-firm employees.
Instead, strikes remained local & sectional, rarely involving blue-collar workers, and often taking physical forms.
Until recently, white-collar have sầu been more eager than blue-collar groups to lớn live sầu according lớn the two-earner mã sản phẩm with the children in day-care centres.
Companies with lower average wages and a higher percentage of unskilled blue-collar workers might participate more in order to lớn gain cheap labour.
A hallmark of a post-industrial society is the prevalence of the white-collar, service sector rather than the blue-collar, industrial sector in its economy.
In 1973 there were only three health insurance funds for blue-collar workers, down from the 73 existing in 1903.
Others remained committed khổng lồ the provision of low-cost benefits to a blue-collar clientele, và continued khổng lồ be known as hospital contributory schemes.
On the other h&, blue-collar cannot be inflected for number like a noun or be used as a prepositional phrase complement.
White-collar workers tended to lớn be twice as satisfied as blue-collar workers (40per cent và 2 0 per cent respectively).
The source of income of the breadwinner in such households would usually be wage-work, either in a blue-collar or a white-collar occupation.

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