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ホワイトカラー

  • howaitokarā

Definition

noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • white-collar

Examples of ホワイトカラー in a Sentence

Why are, depending on the company, blue-collar workers better paid than white-collar ones?
Forty percent of the workforce are white-collar workers, most of whom have some of the most tedious and idiotic jobs ever concocted.
Argument continues about the "White collar exemption" that exempts specific white collar workers from the "8 hours in 1 day, 40 hours a week," working hours fixed by the Labour Standards Act.
Argument continues about the "White collar exemption" that exempts specific white collar workers from the "8 hours in 1 day, 40 hours a week," working hours fixed by the Labour Standards Act.

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