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The slow road toward economic recovery could be made even slower by the fact that nearly half of long-term job seekers came from the ranks of the white-collar workforce. The inability of these higher-earning professionals and office workers to find jobs within 27 weeks will be an increasing drag on consumer spending and further hobble the economy, according to one employment expert. "White-collar workers make up about 60 percent of the labor force and their higher earnings give them spending power that is invaluable to the economy's health," said John A. Challenger, chief executive officer of Challenger, Gray & ...
socio-economic terms, the middle class is the broad group of people in contemporary society who fall socio-economically between the working class and upper class . In Marxist terms, middle class commonly refers to either the bourgeoisie before or during capitalism, or some emergent new class within capitalism. In common parlance, middle class refers to a set of culturally distinct contemporary Western cultures that emphasize consumerism and property ownership within capitalism. Middle class citizens traditionally hold conservative politic views, often becoming (in the United States ) registered conservative voters. The common ...
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Progressive Politics Created the Middle Class « Bear Market News
Several years ago, a colleague tried to persuade me to work with him on a major historical encyclopedia. I begged off, explaining that I had just signed a contract with Hill and Wang to write a one volume history of the Progressive Era, a project that would consume nearly all my scholarly energies for the next few years. Undaunted, he replied, “Do we really need another book on the Progressive Era?” I assured him that we did, and quickly shifted the conversation to other subjects. I did not admit that exactly the same thought had gone through my head when the publisher approached me. Each generation may need to ... market research, surveys and trends
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Detroit's White-Collar Workers Face Bleak Future - NYTimes.com
Doug Zupan is finishing a master’s degree in business administration at the University of Michigan. Until last semester, Chrysler paid his tuition. Now he’s unemployed. DETROIT — For all the ups and downs, and more downs, that white-collar workers here have lived through, they have always managed to put on a brave face, assuring one another that the American auto industry will come back stronger than ever. But now that resolve has given way to grim resignation, as General Motors , Ford Motor and Chrysler have announced wave upon wave of job cuts. After closing plants and shrinking their blue-collar work force, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
76% of White-Collar Workers in China Are Sub-Healthy > DATA ...
On. December 3, the results of a new survey once again sounded the alarm for the health conditions of white-collar workers in China. Statistics from the "White Book on the Health Condition of China's Urban White-Collar Workers" indicate that 76 percent of white-collar workers in China's major cities are in a sub-health condition, with nearly 60 percent over-fatigued. The results also showed that fewer than 3 percent of white-collar Chinese workers are considered "healthy people." This study was jointly investigated and issued by the Chinese Medical Doctor Association, the Chinese ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Chicago Career Tech Now Accepting Applications for Technology Job Retraining
's unemployed residents are former middle-income workers, yet they are largely left out of public programs aimed at supporting and retraining dislocated workers. Chicago Career Tech, an innovative job retraining program providing unemployed white-collar workers with the training and education necessary for high-demand technology-based careers, announced today that applications are being accepted for its second class session. Capacity has been expanded to accommodate 325 participants — approximately double the size of a pilot program launched in May of this year. The program hopes to enroll 2,100 participants over ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Rudi Scherff, co-owner of the Student Prince restaurant
Rudi Scherff started washing dishes at the Student Prince restaurant, then co-owned by his father, Rupprecht, when he was 12 years old. This means that, among many other things, he has a half-century�s worth of perspective on downtown Springfield. He�s seen quite a bit of change in and around the central business district over that time, with much of it, by his estimation, being not exactly good for business. �Years ago, people had to come downtown to see their lawyer or their dentist,� he said, noting that, while doing so, they would often stop in for lunch. �Now, that�s pretty much disappeared. When I was a teenager, I�d walk ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Occupational salary levels for white-collar workers, 1982
Another characteristic of white-collar workers report- ed in the survey is the pronounced variation .... Among white-collar workers, compensation costs rose ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
REAL TIME
WHITE-COLLAR WORKERS
  1. profile image Newyorkist .@wsj reprints 1988 article: when MTA was "...begging the city’s white-collar workers to give the subway a try.” http://bit.ly/ciez7d
  2. profile image TheRealJoshuaT It always surprises me how rude well-dressed wealthy white collar workers can be-on very crowded train people acting crazy like animals
  3. profile image writeoncrouton RT @A_Grossman: In 1988, the MTA was begging white-collar workers to use the subway. Check out this amusing old WSJ story: http://bit.ly/crl4qx
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WikiAnswers - Distinguish the blue-collar worker from white ...
workers do work which can be done while wearing a shirt with a white collar without it getting dirty; e.g.: office workers and salespeople Blue collar workers usually wear blue overalls and that could get soiled while they work; e.g construction workers, sanitation workers First answer by Doniels . Last edit by Terryxb . Contributor trust : 1 [ recommend contributor ]. Question popularity : 4 [ recommend question ]. Can you answer these workers compensation issues questions? Related answers: What is the different of the blue - collar worker from white - collar worker ? White-collar worker ...
Why should elite-educated white collar workers care what jobs are ...