U.S. farmworkers in the post-IRCA period : based on data from the National Agricultural Workers Survey (NAWS).
U.S. Dept. of Labor, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Policy, Office of Program Economics, 1993 - Social Science - 60 pages
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bor n born non-Hispanics compared confidence interval crop migrants Cycles demographic differences directly hired workers earnings eleventh grade employed by FLCs Employer Provided Benefits English language established area farm labor contractors farm labor force farm work experience Figure FLC employees FLC workers follow the crop foreign born workers grade education harvest tasks harvest workers interview IRCA Latinization Region legal permanent residents legal status groups less long-term workers LPRs median age Medical Insurance Mexican born NAWS data NAWS respondents NAWS sample newer area non-FLC employees nonfarm jobs occasional workers older Overall paid vacations percent periodic workers piece rate Place of Birth PLCs poverty threshold recent SAS days SAWs and undocumented semi-skilled tasks settlement area settlement region short-term jobs short-term tasks Table tion two-thirds types of employers U.S. agriculture U.S. born Hispanics U.S. born workers U.S. citizens U.S. Farmworkers undocumented workers unem Unemployment Insurance wages workers employed workers receive