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Exactly which jobs is it that i****************s take and what is the link to corporations?

There appear to be many claims that big business, corporations, or "rich people" are responsible for illegal immigration. I would like to know which jobs that illegal's perform are tied to corportions. Please provide sources.

Asked By: johngjordan - 7/7/2006
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I work for a major corporation which I KNOWS hires illegals. They KNOWINGLY give jobs to them. It is the largest chain of its kind within the world - and no I do not work for Walmart.. Some will claim they first did it because they know how to speak Spanish - but the fact is that there are American citizens that can... More
Answered By: MsV - 7/7/2006
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Cheap labor makes employers even richer, and they have no employment rights so are easily exploited, also lowers the wages for American workers.
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Answered By: Dd - 7/7/2006
 
My good friend named George Bush can answer that for you. Feel free to call him anytime between 9-5pm Eastern Time.
Answered By: The RainMaker - 7/7/2006
 
Do your own research. Agriculture wants them and having illegals isn't good enough now because the underclass illegal economy is so huge now, their workers segue into construction and don't want to pick strawberries... More
Answered By: DAR - 7/7/2006
 
the simple fact is... there are compaines... small or large... that abuse the immigrant labor... More
Answered By: g - 7/7/2006
 
They take janitor jobs, maid jobs, fruit picking jobs, and ditch digging jobs. They also take small time construction jobs while hanging around outside the Home Depot... More
Answered By: Ben J - 7/7/2006
 
In my area the main jobs that illegals take is farm jobs. They pick onions, cabbage, etc... I do know that they sometimes get illegal SSN and they use it to do jobs in factories.
Answered By: Elizabeth E - 7/7/2006
 
I won't stun you with my bazillion sources, that ticks people off sometimes. So here's 1: OK, maybe two. I wouldn't want to be unfair and leave out the CEO of Halliburton as hiring illegals - that would be Dick Cheny our vice president: http://www.saveourstate.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=5455
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Answered By: yars232c - 7/7/2006
 
They take the menial jobs that nobody else wants. The corporations hire them to fill hard to fill vacancies and because they are cheap. Then they claim they didn't realise they were illegals.
Answered By: malcy - 7/7/2006
 
Here is one for you... More
Answered By: cantcu - 7/7/2006
 
I can tell you have never worked a day in your life, corporations, or "rich people = Farms, fisherman, contractors and the likes, naming names could be slanderous... More
Answered By: deckape - 7/7/2006
 
ok kid, i'm not going to get into the immigration issue, but the "taking jobs" part is like this: the immigrants or migrant workers or mexicans or whatever label you want to put on them arent taking jobs from any american... More
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Answered By: chumpy da clown - 7/7/2006
 
Having been in the construction industry I have seen many illegals doing masonry, laboring (clean up) and drywalling. But that is small business. Large corporations include chicken processing plants (Tyson) , Wall Mart, Haliburton, IFCO Systems North America (1100 illegal immigrant workers) to name a few...
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Answered By: DR - 7/7/2006
 
I'm afraid I won't be able to give sources, but I live in Mexico and have been keeping somewhat up on the topic. The jobs that i****************s "take" are low-paying jobs: restaurant work, janitor, construction (which isn't low-paying if you're union). These are jobs that in the last few decades have been generally... More
Answered By: engteacher - 7/7/2006
 
textiles construction all manufacturing companies etc
Answered By: idontkno3#=3# - 7/7/2006
 
i****************s usually go for jobs in the farming industry. They are not hurting anyone as the only reason they have these jobs is because no legal immigrants or citizens have taken them in the first place, and these positions are opening and closing all the time. Anyone can find a job in a week, it is just if they... More
Answered By: jednci - 7/7/2006
 
They took our jobs! ......You bastards!
Answered By: Laird R - 7/7/2006
 
Go to www.wehirealiens.com ... formerly called www.wehireillegals.com ... they have posted sites with all, or most, companies who hire illegals ... you'll be surprised what names you find among them ...
Answered By: Sashie - 7/7/2006
 
Here is a link
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Answered By: lucky2bealive - 7/7/2006
 
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