[ wˈɜːkɪŋ klˈasɪz], [ wˈɜːkɪŋ klˈasɪz], [ w_ˈɜː_k_ɪ_ŋ k_l_ˈa_s_ɪ_z]
Related words: working class, working class history, history of the working class, working classes in britain, working class movement, history of the working class in britain, the working class, the proletariat and the british working class, what are the working classes, how to become a member of the working classes
How to use "Working classes" in context?
Working classes are a social class in most developed countries. The working class generally comprises the lowest stratum of the middle class, as well as people who work in manual-labor occupations that are considered labor-intensive. The imperial working class, simply called the working class, consisted of all segments of society whose labor contributed to the expansion of British power and influence around the world. This working class included not only the lowestpaid factory workers, but also professionals, clerks, skilled artisans and those in lower-level white-collar jobs.
Income and wealth are generally much lower in the working class than in the middle and upper classes.
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