blue-collar worker


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blue-collar worker

[ˈbluːˌkɒləʳˈwɜːkəʳ] noperaio/a, tuta f blu inv
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A blue-collar worker in the West blames blue-collar workers in developing countries for stealing their jobs.
Expressing his vision of the programme, SmartLife president Vinod Mehra said: "The vision of SmartReading is to ensure that every blue-collar worker in the city has access to this programme and should be able to communicate in English.
Look at the United States: You have Donald Trump representing the angry white blue-collar worker, and Bernie
His experience as a blue-collar worker provides the reader with a very raw discussion about the thoughts and feelings of those workers --a discussion that one would not normally get in academic writing on the subject.
Vedantam said the ultimate goal is to ensure "the child of a blue-collar worker must never end up a blue-collar worker -- they must be white-collar professionals.
Nazmul Haque, a blue-collar worker from Bangladesh, is facing exactly such an uncertainty in an intensive care unit in Badr Al Sam hospital in Ruwi.
As more jobs are outsourced, as the blue-collar worker is displaced from good-paying factory jobs, as our children find they must compete in a world market where brain power has no borders, national policy will focus on raising the national IQ.
MAURICE LUCAS, former NBA forward: "I'm a blue-collar worker.
Ranney then studies the collapse of manufacturing in Chicago, describing job losses, business failures, and personal hardships, often drawing from his own experiences as a blue-collar worker, community activist, and professor of urban planning in that city.
For the blue-collar worker, I think it's still a viable option.
It was just 12 years ago that Dire Straits came out with their big hit song "Money for Nothing," the video for which portrays a blue-collar worker watching a Dire Straits video and singing about the lead singer, calling him "that little faggot with the earring and the makeup" and observing, "That little faggot got his own jet airplane / That little faggot, he's a millionaire.
The blue-collar worker is being replaced at a record pace, by the knowledge worker," according to Jeffrey E.