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O.K. this is probably an odd question... JK owner demographic... If you are more of a "blue collar" type laborer, work with your hands, etc. give a shout out. When I look at profiles, I don't see that much, but many don't list their line of work.
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White collar guy here. :wavey:
 

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Blue here

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I've been both, but missed working with equipment. Dealing with supervising 30+ people was a pain. I'm back to blue now. Less cash, but I'm happier fixing broken stuff. Like my Jeep. :facepalm: Spider gears and axle upgrade tomorrow.
 

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I spent 8 years working the line in a factory when I was younger. They shut the doors on us back in 2000. From there I started to do the self-study for the I.T. Industry. Now I am a Network/Security Engineer working for a Private Cloud Service company. So now I am White Collar, but I DO MISS the days of doing physical work and actually feeling like I got something accomplished.

But I do come from a Blue Collar family. My Dad, Mom, 3 Uncles and 3 Cousins all worked in the factories.
 

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Grew up in the trades. Iv been a framer. A former a roofer a welder and currently I'm a heavy equipment operator. I also owned my own business for a while building houses.
 

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I change collars all the time. I'm a Plant manager but often end up spending at least one day a week either welding, wiring, or loading equipment. Not sure how that fits. I guess white in tittle and blue at heart?
 

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I dont wear a collar. Country boy here. Redneck.

Born and raised on a farm. Been a welder, sheet metal fab, hvac, trailer readiness for otr drivers, trailer builder. A little bit of everything.
 

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Blue collar? Upper middle management? I'm confused where I fit. I'm just a guy making a living so I can support my addictions. I work with my hands and also oversee co workers. Also left in charge when the boss goes out of town.
 

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White collar from a blue collar family.

No one here is grey collar?
 
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