Under this calculus of honor, the carpenter threatened with losing his house was as deeply threatened as was the white-collar worker
in similar straights--if not more so.
The hypothesis that white-collar workers
would be far more advanced in the shift toward Spanish is supported by the results.
He presents a compelling argument for the idea that white-collar workers
should want to reconstruct the attitudes society holds toward traditional laborers.
The results are reported in Table 3 and show that the largest employment effects are obtained from reducing workers' nonwage labor costs, especially for white-collar workers
That Reich was known for exploiting the play of metal against fabric in many of her designs is obviously pertinent, but Havel's intention seems also to be an acknowledgement of her as someone who, like those white-collar workers
referenced elsewhere, labored long and hard for scant recognition.
Data from former white-collar workers
, however, suggest that retirement even at 65 years of age can be disappointingly empty and that a return to work is desirable (Macdonald, Brown, & Buchanan, 2001).
Using apprenticeship programs or technical schools, males became skilled workers and sometimes white-collar workers
Researchers found that almost a fifth - 18 per cent - of vocational workers are happy in their work, compared to ten per cent of white-collar workers
15% of managers and professionals said they had been bullied compared with 10% of skilled white-collar workers
, 11% of skilled blue-collar workers and 9% of unskilled workers , with men and women equally likely to be victims.
On the other hand, just under half of Kinsey's male interviewees were white-collar workers
, which he overrepresented as a percent of the population in the late 1940s.
It would make white-collar workers
earning up to $100,000 eligible for overtime unless they meet certain qualifications as executive, professional, administrative, computer or outside sales employees.
Its study of happiness in the workplace found tradesmen and women were twice as likely to be ``extremely happy'' in their jobs compared to white-collar workers
-a term generally given to office workers.