white-collar workers

Definition of "white-collar workers"
  1. Individuals employed in a professional, desk-job setting as opposed to laborious occupations like farming, factory, or construction work
How to use "white-collar workers" in a sentence
  1. The tech company is filled with white-collar workers developing new software.
  2. After graduation, she joined the ranks of white-collar workers in a prominent law firm.
  3. The banks and financial institutions employ numerous white-collar workers.

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