white-collar worker


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white-collar worker

nimpiegato/a, colletto bianco
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An inquest at Huddersfield Coroners' Court heard that Mr Nixon had been a white-collar worker all his life and had never known himself to be exposed to asbestos.
06 per hour in 2005; (2) The average public school teacher was paid 36% more per hour than the average non-sales white-collar worker and 11% more than the average professional specialty and technical worker; (3) Full-time public school teachers work on average 36.
A multiple-screen device is used to jazzier effect in Eric Mueller's perky wish-fulfiller "This Car Up," which charts the mating dance between a tattooed and pierced bike courier (Brent Doyle) and a balding white-collar worker (Michael Booth).
The minimum statutory severance pay in the Republic for a standard white-collar worker aged 40 and made redundant after 10 years on a salary of EUR30,000 now stands at EUR14,128.
The specialness of the white-collar worker was, for them, simply obvious.
It is also interesting to note that no white-collar worker reported to be a member of a lodge.
Japan's top automaker currently calculates the salary for each white-collar worker using both seniority- and merit-based pay scales.
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.
Nemoto became popular with the serialization of his strip ''Kuri-chan,'' which depicted the lives of a white-collar worker and his family without words, in the Asahi Shimbun newspaper for 14 years from 1951.
When the average striking white-collar worker makes far more than the median income of those paying the bills, it's tough to garner too much sympathy.
The workforce reduction, which would affect 24 blue-collar workers and one white-collar worker, was undertaken in response to a decline in orders received, PartnerTech said.
There is a similar gap between white-collar workers (those working in largely salaried industries) and blue-collar workers (those working in industries largely composed of hourly wage earners) -- 51% vs.