SURVIVOR Insights 166: Worlds Apart - My Early Favorites | My Scoops | Scoop.it

Wednesday nights will never be the same again as Survivor opens its 30th season on February 25, 2015. Worlds Apart introduces eighteen new faces divided into three working class. The white-collar performs managerial work in an office setting. Common examples are CEOs, computer programmers and marketing directors. The blue-collar focuses on manual labor, which involves physical strength. Common jobs include mining, construction and warehousing. The no-collar is defined as jobless but Survivor wants to define the term as someone who is free spirited, who breaks the rules.