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blue-collar worker

[ˈbluːˌkɒləʳˈwɜːkəʳ] noperaio/a, tuta f blu inv
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The country's success lies on the shoulder of our blue-collar workers, who make up the backbone of our economy, so we must continue to provide them the tools and the opportunities to help them find better-paying jobs that fit their work skills,' shares
Around 300 blue-collar workers were treated to a movie on Friday after successfully completing their four-and-a-half-month English language training programme called SmartReading.
But more than just helping blue-collar workers find employment, FastJobs helps in bringing together people as well as bringing dignity to the skilled trade.
We are familiar with stories of abuse suffered by the lower-tier, or blue-collar workers, in many countries, including Pakistan.
UAE healthcare provider Right Health, in tandem with corporate partners from the local construction and facilities management sectors, offered free checkups to more than 10,000 blue-collar workers at its weekend medical camps, which were conducted every Friday at more than 30 clinics since January 2019 in key building hubs such as Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, and Ajman.
Companies that may see their bottom line suffer the most are those that employ many blue-collar workers, an increasingly scarce yet high-in-demand group.
Similarly, blue-collar workers with lower education and socioeconomic levels are more likely to quit after one year.
Hundreds of blue-collar workers who live in workers accommodation in Muhaisanah also lined up on the road and some turned up as volunteers to support the run.
India's Ministry of Finance had presented the country's new budget to the Parliament, and while there have been significant increases in the amount of money allocated to schemes which benefit the poor and the backward sections, including additional funds for centrally sponsored schemes, as well as the welfare of scheduled castes, scheduled tribes and children, NRIs -- especially blue-collar workers -- are concerned about what the budget holds in store for them.
Tribune News Network Doha The Social and Economic Survey Research Institute (SESRI) at Qatar University (QU) recently completed the first effort to measure and track the welfare of blue-collar workers in Qatar.
The municipality has a total of 2,652 blue-collar workers.