Seasonal Agricultural Labor Markets in America: Issues and Options for Public Policy
|Martin, Philip L.
|Glover, Robert W.
|This report is an analysis of a central paradox in the American food system: the agriculture whose made-in-America products feed a hungry world also relies on legal and illegal immigrant farmworkers to harvest certain commodities. The wages and working conditions which some farmworkers experience has prompted federal assistance programs for migrant and seasonal farmworkers and generated heated debates about the need for immigrant workers in agriculture.
|Ray Marshall Center for the Study of Human Resources
|Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
|Ray Marshall Center Research Reports
|Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 United States
|Labor Market and Industry Studies
|Seasonal Agricultural Labor Markets in America: Issues and Options for Public Policy
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