white-collar worker

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white-collar worker

nimpiegato/a, colletto bianco
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Opus Vitae, Latin for 'life's work', will be recruiting skilled professionals in to white-collar job roles across Shropshire, Powys and the West Midlands.
The traditional formula of 'college = white-collar job = success' is precisely what the K to 12 (kindergarten plus six years grade school, four years of junior high school and two years of senior high school) curriculum change was supposed to tweak, but how many senior high-school students are taking the vocational-technical strands of the curriculum?
CHITRAL -- Instead of wandering in search of white-collar job, three educated young men launched for the first time a home-delivery service in Chitral city to provide the customers at their doorsteps with any article they wanted to buy from the bazaar.
Babu has a white-collar job in Dubai and he drives in from Sharjah every day.
In 2006, 44% of young men and 75% of young women born to parents with white-collar occupations remained in the same occupational status.The data shows that young people with fathers in white-collar occupations are four times more likely toobtain a white-collar job as those with fathers in agricultural or elementary occupations.
Apartment operations in the Manhattan market will continue to outperform most of the nation this year as a surge in white-collar job growth boosts demand, particularly for modern full-service apartments, according to the latest report from Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services.
White-collar job growth in Manhattan will spur demand for market-rate apartments in the city this year and push rental rates to record highs, Marcus & Millichap predicts in a market report released today.
Those that can afford to do so make sure that their children have a white-collar job.
Blue-collar workers in the West Midlands, Yorkshire and South Wales have been among the worst affected by growing unemployment, while London and the South East have suffered more white-collar job losses.
Brock wrote that he exercised "editorial restraint" because "advance reporting on the project could jeopardize one of the largest white-collar job announcements in state history."
Written by global technologist Steve Mushero, Off-Shoring the Middle Class: Managing White-Collar Job Migration to Asia deserves to be a bookshelf companion to Thomas Friedman's "The World is Flat", as it elaborates upon the critical issues that Friedman merely outlines: how can Americans and America as a whole succeed in the modern era rife with globalization, offshoring, and the increasing migration of jobs overseas?
He lived a rough-and-tumble, itinerant life during much of his time in America, occasionally finding a white-collar job that suited his natural intelligence.