White-Collar Workers refer to the employees who are hired based on their relevant educational qualifications and are involved in doing high-skilled jobs. The profession of White-Collar workers does not include performing manual and labor tasks. Historically, White-collar workers have been the “shirt and tie” set, defined by office jobs and management. They typically offer their duties in an office and require more training and education than Blue-Collar workers. Typical white-collar jobs include company management, lawyers, doctors, accountants, managers, financial and insurance jobs, consultants, and computer programmers—among many others.