white-collar worker

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white-collar worker

nimpiegato/a, colletto bianco
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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.
AI is even starting to replace white-collar workers.
He looks at management strategies with regard to both blue-collar and white-collar workers during the entire period, as well as high-tech and other skilled knowledge workers during the past few decades.
To conduct the study, researchers recruited white-collar workers from the University of Miami to participate in a pilot designed to increase workplace physical activity.
In his book Working Class: Challenging Myths about Blue Collar Labor, Jeff Torlina explores how different workers answer these questions, along with many others relating to blue- and white-collar workers, and seeks to provide ideas to form the basis for new norms from which a more equal class system may emerge.
This adjustment is expected to affect an estimated 163 employees in Orebro, consisting of 110 blue-collar workers and 53 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.
According to a letter from the Detroit Free Press, around 20,000 of the automaker's white-collar workers will receive a 2.
But the recent global downturn led to company mergers, bankrupt firms and layoffs which have forced white-collar workers to make new plans about their lives, says Ilham Suheyl Akgul, head of a Turkish recruitment consultancy firm.
Thus, the resulting samples contain respectively 1,714 firms with 13,097 white-collar workers and 692 firms with 5,413 blue-collar workers.
Byline: It's blue-collar versus white-collar workers at various labour accommodation sites in Dubai at the weekend.