White Collar vs Blue Collar Workers

Blue-Collar and White-Collar are the terms used to categorize the two major classes of employees who work in an organization. Blue-Collar workers are recognized to work physically harder and make less money whereas a White-Collar job refers to a professionally educated job that does not require any laborious work but is performed from an office. Blue-Collar workers are responsible for performing hard and manual tasks in factories, machinery sites, construction sites, etc and typically earn on hourly wages basis and White-Collar employees are mostly highly qualified and responsible for managerial or specific professional occupations, they mostly receive monthly remuneration for their services based on their CTC Cost to Company) package. 

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