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The New Press
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Tipped (inbunden)


The Service Industry's Exploitation of Immigrant Workers

Inbunden,  Engelska, 2020-06-11

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Six million workers in America are tipped workers, relying on a subminimum wage and the whims of customers to feed themselves and their families. Over a million of them are immigrants, and the unpredictability of tips combined with the unpredictability of life as an immigrant creates an unstable, uncertain future. Tipped points to a new future in which immigrants are welcome and the service sector can prosper with, not off of, its immigrant workforce.
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