Difference between revisions of "Blue-collar workers"

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'''Blue-collar workers''' are [[labor]]ers who work in [[factory|factories]] or other [[union]]-type jobs.  Blue-collar workers often use their hands, get their [[clothing|clothes]] dirty during the job, and do not sit behind a desk.  They are called "blue-collar" workers because of the stereotypical image of them wearing blue colored [[overalls]] or other work [[shirt]]s, rather than a white shirt and [[neck-tie|tie]].
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'''Blue-collar workers''' are [[labor]]ers who work in [[factory|factories]] or at other jobs involving manual [[labor]].  Blue-collar workers often use their hands, get their [[clothing|clothes]] dirty during the job, and do not sit behind a desk.  They are called "blue-collar" workers because of the stereotypical image of them wearing blue colored [[overalls]] or other work [[shirt]]s, rather than a white shirt and [[neck-tie|tie]].

Revision as of 20:00, 10 July 2007

Blue-collar workers are laborers who work in factories or at other jobs involving manual labor. Blue-collar workers often use their hands, get their clothes dirty during the job, and do not sit behind a desk. They are called "blue-collar" workers because of the stereotypical image of them wearing blue colored overalls or other work shirts, rather than a white shirt and tie.