Varieties are the spices of life. Different folks have different tales as per why they chose a particular job. As a result of personal interests and the set target achievable in doing a job, everyone is passionate of the chosen venture. Unfortunately, the employment market is not buoyant for seekers by the disenabling economic policies of the government. By the recent release from the bureau of statistics for the second quarter of 2020, Nigeria, of over 200 million has 27.1% unemployment; South Africa, with over 59 million population, has 30% unemployment; Ghana, of over 31 million population, has 7%; and Senegal, over 16 million population, has 19% and many nations in the world are running into recession as one the major fallouts of the novel coronavirus pandemic. It is not a rocket science to have zero unemployment by the branding of the blue collar jobs. By the soaring and unchecked rate of unemployment, crimes rates shall scale up leading to restive nations. By the economic recession, the unemployment shall continue to rise unless urgent steps are taken by the political class at the helms in collaboration with the other stakeholders to put the world back to the path of growth and development in all facets again. The author wrote ‘with right stimulus to incentivize the blue collar jobs operators through such legal tools like enhanced Company and Allied Matter Act provisions for owners of organizations, profit and charity-based, the blue collar jobs operators shall employ several millions of white collar jobs seekers’. According to the author, Abdulateef Amusa, at the pre-pandemic era, migrants are moving out in droves seeking for either white-collar jobs or blue-collar jobs within and outside the shores. By preferences, many graduates prefer white-collar jobs than the blue-collar jobs vice versa. This prompts the author as a trouble shooter troubleshooting into the merits and demerits attached to each of the classes of jobs in the nation. After reading through the piece, the two classes of jobs would appeal to them differently and this could lower the unemployment rate in the nations.