Immigrant or what is also known as migrant workers are " The " most important labor force in the United States for three
excellent and seldom unheard factors within the economies of " The Americas":
One: They are the largest block of unskill workers who mostly prop up America's agricultural productivity and have
added to its monetary returns on investments by their often below set hourly wage of any given state.
Two: They are in large part self - starters and often contribute more to America than the people who they work
Three: They are our greatest potential in becoming future customers for American exports and then higher education
services, the real valued proponents of " Free Trade " issues.
It is how they are viewed, and more importantly, in what condition is their native homes which should every legislature
focus, both county, state, and federal. They too are Americans, and thus are co - nationalists. Yet we have not
found the need socioeconomic ground in which stronger co-relationships can occur to create a joint hemispheric middle class
Leading this attitude is the necessity to create those conditions in which studies and then action cen be taken to resolve
the social and economic dispairities back at their homes which is the key in developing the necessary perspective to build
future relationships on.
The action is extending available education centers, both private and public to begin the task of training migrant workers
new skills in which to assist in the economic and social development of their own homes while laboring in the United States.
It is important to note that we did this very same action to heal America from the ' Great Depression ' by understanding
the roots causes, and there was at the time a national will.