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Blue-collar workers are competing with white-collar counterparts

Demand for blue-collar workers is increasing in many countries, and the wage gap between blue-collar and white-collar workers is steadily decreasing.


White-collar workers represent individuals who use their education and intellectual capacity to perform administrative tasks, while blue-collar workers represent employees with lower educational levels who work in various stages of production, especially in certain areas.


THE MAIN ISSUE IN BOTH DEVELOPED AND DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: THE SHORTAGE OF SKILLED BLUE-COLLAR WORKFORCE


Today, the main issue in both developed and developing countries, similar to many developed nations, is the shortage of skilled blue-collar workers. Many developed and developing countries require a significant number of skilled blue-collar workers, primarily to sustain existing production.


This is because blue-collar workers emerge as a crucial force in production with their skills and efforts in mass production factories, mines, construction sites, the gastronomy sector, and many other industries.


Countries with a high number of skilled blue-collar workers stand out with high GDP and high per capita income.


For example, Germany, which ranks fourth in the world in terms of GDP after the United States, China, and Japan and is among the top three largest exporters globally, owes its position to the number and quality of its blue-collar workforce.


In recent times, the slowing economy and negative expectations about the future in Germany are mainly attributed to the decreasing number of skilled blue-collar workers. Germany is actively seeking skilled blue-collar workers from various countries to address this shortage.


VOCATIONAL TRAINING FOR BLUE-COLLAR WORKERS


Due to the increasing demand for blue-collar workers, meeting this demand with skilled blue-collar workers is crucial for employment growth, production increase, and various other aspects.


In this context, the importance of vocational training is growing. Vocational education, which continues after middle school as in Germany, will be essential for the development of skilled blue-collar workforce.


Vocational training combines practical and theoretical knowledge necessary for the profession and stands out as a way to become a professional without attending university, as in Germany.


Therefore, vocational training has become a national issue for all countries.

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