Patrick Taurel, Legal Fellow at the American...
Jobs are safe for foreign-born workers with bottom-rung jobs, but they're stuck
Published on Fri, Aug 07, 2009
Sleep is a rare commodity for Juan Cortez. Between nights spent clearing tables at a Manhattan nightclub and days running food to customers in a Bronx restaurant, the 42-year-old Peruvian immigrant worries more about finding time for shuteye than job security.
Published in the LA Times | Read Article
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