Traducción de wage slave en Español:

wage slave

esclavo (del trabajo), n.

nombre

coloquial

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    esclavo (del trabajo) masculino
    esclava (del trabajo) femenino
    currante femenino España coloquial
    • There is nothing post-modern about being a wage slave.
    • A wage slave, you work for $8 an hour at some big box store - and this might be it for the rest of your life.
    • In the marketplace everything becomes a commodity and all workers become wage slaves who can be fired without compunction.
    • Unfortunately for savers, they are being slaughtered by inflation very silently but at least they are alive to work like a wage slave for another day.
    • I'd said it before, during my time as a B&N wage slave, and it had never come back to haunt me.
    • Why work as a wage slave when the promise of big payoff from being on TV is only an audition away?
    • We are, in effect, wage slaves for huge corporations which were designed in the 19th century.
    • Now, my husband is in a business that is expanding and will probably bring in more money annually than the two of us ever made as wage slaves.
    • Suffice to say, much as I would love to be a wage slave again for the sake of my dreams of becoming a homeowner, I am not ready.
    • I am a writer, a musician, an activist, but maybe most importantly right now, I am a student and I am a wage slave.
    • The make billions each year and treat their ‘associates’ like wage slaves.
    • Years ago I was working as a wage slave, collecting carts for my local grocery store.
    • Not only do entrepreneurs have to work differently from the wage slave, they have to think differently, too.
    • There were plenty of ‘good salary’ job offers but he rejected all those as he did not want to be a wage slave.
    • In the 1970s the plight of the Third World coffee farmer was the first wake-up call that modern agribusiness was transforming subsistence farmers into wage slaves.
    • The self-indulgent lifestyle of the celebrity nouveau riches is as far from her experience as it is from any wage slave in a tedious job.
    • The mass entry of women into the workplace has transformed them from unpaid domestic slaves into wage slaves with cash to spend.
    • Most of the children are refugees or illegal immigrants or are themselves the children of agricultural wage slaves.
    • We, as wage slaves, are accustomed to thinking of income in a very narrow way: what we got paid.
    • It is an opportunity to acquire knowledge and new skills, keep the brain cells ticking over and have fun you never had time for when you were a wage slave.