Top Definition
A Gray Collar Worker is a member of the service class. While a blue collar worker is a proletarian and primarily manual labour worker (such as a factory worker), and a white collar worker is a bourgeoisie class member (a lawyer).

The Gray Collar Working class does not have the riches of the white collar workers, nor the pride, nor unity of a blue collar worker.

The greatest work on Gray Collar Workers is in the film "Fight Club." It describes the lack of self-confidence, feeling of no masculinity, and the feeling of incompetence with near perfection.
Examples of a Gray Collar Worker:
-Security Guard
-Convenience Store Clerk
-Fast Food Worker
You get the point.
by Jack Red February 05, 2005
Free Daily Email

Type your email address below to get our free Urban Word of the Day every morning!

Emails are sent from We'll never spam you.