Blue collar jobs offer a better sense of daily accomplishment. The down side is they usually pay less, have less job security, and the work is usually physically tiresome.
White collar jobs pay better, are protected better, give you some work autonomy, and allow you to think and offer ideas. The downside is they destroy the soul as one is forced to spend 90% of their time forcing themselves to be busy with something--anything in order to prove to the world that their position is relevant and necessary.
by Spencer Camus7 months ago
I didn't get the job I went for. Who can offer words of wisdom to pick me up??The week started well enough, bouyed by a good interview, then found out today I didn't get the job. I'm okay about it I guess. However, what...
by chipsball5 years ago
During the Obama Administration term in office from 2008-2012 the vast majority of new jobs (admitedly not enough) created or saved have gone to white blue-collar workers. In the private section were employment has...
by platinumOwl46 years ago
Which crime is worst, white collar or blue collar and why?White collar crime is suppose to be victimless on the other hand blue collar is supposed to be violent. I hope some legal person signs in on this for an...
by bruyant8 years ago
Should I quit my new job after receiving a better offer?Just got hired like 3 months before receiving a even sweeter deal. Should I quit? I only have been there for 3 months and the people there are really nice to me.
by Faith Reaper20 months ago
Has anyone else ever been offered a writing job because of a hub you published?I received a writing job offer from a site to join their writing team because of a hub that was moved to one of the niche sites that won a...
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