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English definition of “green-collar”

green-collar

adjective [before noun] ( also green collar)
 
 
ENVIRONMENT
used to describe a job that is related to the protection of the natural environment: The state must invest in retraining blue-collar workers for green-collar jobs. →  Compare blue-collar , white-collar
(Definition of green-collar from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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