Is nursing a white collar job???
Blue collar job???
i'm definitely white collar. (with a tad of pink cause i'm a girl.)in my mind there is no question. plus the fact that the us government says we are white collar.
gs-600: medical, hospital, dental, and public health group - this group includes all classes of positions, the duties of which are to advise on, administer, supervise, or perform research or other professional and scientific work, subordinate technical work, or related clerical work in the several branches of medicine, surgery, and dentistry or in related patient care services such as dietetics, nursing, occupational therapy, physical therapy, pharmacy, and others.
Last edit by P_RN on Sep 3, '04
Quote from Marie_LPN
(Really couldn't care less if it's considered a blue or white collar job)
but if i had a choice on how i wanted to be perceived, i would choose blue collar all the way.
no matter what type of $ i make, i always will choose to live in a 'blue collar' community.
that's what i associate with approachable, down-to-earth, non-pretentious people with integrity.
and my intent is not to stereotype.
it's just a preference and a style of living that i am most comfortable with.
Last edit by leslie :-D on Sep 3, '04