May 18, 2012
Immigration stalls as opportunities wane on U.S.-Mexican border

As the economy boomed in the mid- 2000s, many immigrants in southern California’s border country spurned field work in favor of construction and food-service jobs. Then they stopped coming to U.S. farms altogether. Bloomberg

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