Designation of workers by collar color

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Groups of working individuals are typically classified based on the colors of their collars worn at work; these can commonly reflect one's occupation or sometimes gender.wikipedia
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Working class

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A blue-collar worker is a member of the working class who performs manual labour and either earns an hourly wage or is paid piece rate for the amount of work done.
Working-class occupations (see also "Designation of workers by collar color") include blue-collar jobs, some white-collar jobs, and most pink-collar jobs.

White-collar worker

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White-collar workers are named for the white-collared shirts that were fashionable among office workers in the early and mid-20th century.

Blue-collar worker

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Blue-collar workers are referred to as such because in the early 20th century, they usually wore sturdy, inexpensive clothing that did not show dirt easily, such as blue denim or cambric shirts.

Survivor: Worlds Apart

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It was the fourth Survivor season filmed in San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua (tied with the Philippines and Samoa), the same location as Survivor: Nicaragua, Survivor: Redemption Island, and Survivor: San Juan del Sur, and features three tribes of six new players divided by social class: white collar, blue collar, and no collar.

Grey-collar

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*Designation of workers by collar color

Collar (clothing)

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Groups of working individuals are typically classified based on the colors of their collars worn at work; these can commonly reflect one's occupation or sometimes gender.

Denim

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Blue-collar workers are referred to as such because in the early 20th century, they usually wore sturdy, inexpensive clothing that did not show dirt easily, such as blue denim or cambric shirts.

Cambric

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Blue-collar workers are referred to as such because in the early 20th century, they usually wore sturdy, inexpensive clothing that did not show dirt easily, such as blue denim or cambric shirts.

Upton Sinclair

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The term "white-collar worker" was coined in the 1930s by Upton Sinclair, an American writer who referenced the word in connection to clerical, administrative and managerial functions during the 1930s.

Manual labour

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A blue-collar worker is a member of the working class who performs manual labour and either earns an hourly wage or is paid piece rate for the amount of work done.

Tertiary sector of the economy

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A pink-collar worker is also a member of the working class who performs in the service industry.

Waiting staff

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They work in positions such as waiters, retail clerks, salespersons, and many other positions involving relations with people.

Retail clerk

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They work in positions such as waiters, retail clerks, salespersons, and many other positions involving relations with people.

Sales

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They work in positions such as waiters, retail clerks, salespersons, and many other positions involving relations with people.

Knowledge worker

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A gold-collar worker is a highly skilled multidisciplinarian or knowledge worker who combines intellectual labor—which is typically white-collar—with the manual labor of blue-collar positions.

Sex industry

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