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    Stereotypes of the working class There are many different types of jobs in the world; some of which people feel are better than others. Factors like the amount of money and amount of education affect the stereotypical perception about certain jobs. There are two different types of work, blue-collar and white-collar. Blue-collar jobs are seen as the “working class”. The “Working class” refers to low-wage workers that are void of a college education, who struggle to get by economically. It is also

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    A Working Class Hero

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    A Working Class Hero Though Allen Jackson and John Lennon both celebrate the working class hero, their songs differ exceedingly when it comes to the respect they receive by society as well as the scales they play that affect the listener's emotions. For one thing, Alan Jackson and John Lennon’s songs about the “Working Class Hero” may leave the reader with the idea that they are very different songs. Without looking at them closer, the reader may never know that their main points are the same:

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    Survival of the Working-Class I think the working-class should’ve find their way of survival since the minimum wages doesn’t focus on helping the middle-class earner, the proportion of their earning is tens of times divided in comparison to average CEO salaries, and the distribution of their money; therefore, the working class should have found their way of survival and understand what they’ve dispossessed. The economic condition is like a hierarchy that most of working-class is staying at the bottom

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    The Working Class In the late 19th and early 20th century, the United States of America went through a series of political, economic, and societal changes that modernized the country. One of the most significant aspects of the time period is the development of the new working classes. Farmers, new immigrants, and the emergence of the middle class all played essential parts as the foundation that transformed the world of work after the Civil War and into the Industrial Revolution. These groups shared

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    European classes. The working class found it harder to retain jobs since machines could accomplish tasks more efficiently, putting thousands of people out of work. Communist

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    Solutions to the Working Class Problems The distinct division between wealthy and poor was stretched farther apart when taxes change, wages got lower, and the working class was forgotten about in the end. This gap in between wealth happened in the 1920’s-1930’s and the citizens were not quiet about it. Thousands of these working class Americans wrote letters to President Roosevelt hoping he would try to reform laws to improve their conditions. Although President Roosevelt completed many reforms

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    the wealthiest country in the world. The revolution also spread to other European countries and the New World. Both Germany and United States will surpass Britain in the next fifty years. What was the effect of The Industrial Revolution on the working class? Spielvogels´ text “The Foundry and Engineering Works of the Royal Overseas Trading Company Factory Rule” is from a factory in Berlin, 1844. It shows a set of rules that are to be strictly followed for fundamental success. The set of rules tells

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    My family has for the most part straddled the line between working and middle class. While most of my family members moved up in their careers as time went by, tragedies have struck (such as my grandfather’s early demise) that sent them tumbling down and the occasional triumph or stroke of luck has improved their financial situation and allowed them to bounce back. Of course money isn’t the only thing that has helped or hindered my family; their skin color has allowed them to maintain a place of

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    starts with the wage gap between working women and men. This wage gap is often one of the most direct roots to the overwhelming amount of women living in poverty. Despite many women working, or looking for work in the U.S, they have been continually paid less than their male counterparts. For years, women, especially those who are working class’ equal rights have been pushed aside and causes an endless cycle of oppression for many women. The inequalities working-class women face such as the wage gap

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    The Working Class

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    The working class: This class of people have minimum education and are primarily involved in “manual labor”. They are technically classifies as “Working poor” who perform tasks such as maids, waitresses, road repair or farm work. They get base minimum wage as stipulated by U.S government. They have very little scope for advancing in their career. The next level of workers in this class are plumbers, electricians, carpenters and fitters who are called “Blue collar” Workers. Naturally they are paid

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