Unskilled blue-collar professionals is generally characterized by work that requires no specific education or experience to do his or her job.
Some examples of unskilled blue-collar professionals include sanitation, workers, custodial workers, farm workers, painters, grocery clerks and assembly line factory workers. Unskilled blue-collar professional jobs require little or no special training and make use of limited skills. Many menial or repetitive tasks fall under the classification of unskilled blue-collar Professionals. Jobs that can be learned completely in 30 days or fewer are often classified as unskilled blue-collar Professionals.