# White Collar –
A salaried professional, typically referring to general office workers and management
# Blue Collar –
a member of the working class who performs manual work and either earns an hourly wage or is paid piece rate for the amount of work done.
# Grey collar –
Old aged workers after retirement age, skilled technician, typically someone who is both white and blue collar, an example of this kind include Information Technology workers. They are principally white-collar, but perform blue -collar tasks with some regularity, such as engineers.
# Black collar –
# Gold collar –
Highly skilled professionals who may be in high demand, such as chartered accountants, surgeons, doctors and lawyers
# Red collar –
Government workers of all types, Derived from compensation received from red ink budget. Also in China, refers to Communist Party officials in private companies.
# Pink collar –
Includes women working as nurses, secretaries, and elementary school teachers; service and hospitality workers.
# Green collar –
Someone who holds an environmentally friendly job; such as a position at a hydro power plant
# Orange collar –
Prison laborers, named for the orange jumpsuits commonly worn by inmates’
# No collar –
Artists and “free spirits” who tend to privilege passion and personal growth over financial gain
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