How much more would you pay to know your work was not done by i****************s?
How much more would you pay to know your work was not done by i****************s? How much more would you be willing to pay a contractor, a restaurant, landscaper, grocery store if they could guarantee that all of their employees and vendors were U.S. citizens or had legal immigration status? Would this effect your decision at all? Affect! Sorry, I thought we were exchanging ideas not having a Spelling Bee.
Asked By: rageinbull - 4/17/2008
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I don't think that they'd be that much difference. People who knowingly hire illegals are a greedy bunch, without a source of cheap labor they'll be priced out of business by competition from more honest businessmen and contractors... More
Answered By: halsca - 4/17/2008
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no i wouldnt want a mexican doing it anyway
Answered By: Jk J - 4/17/2008
Fair market price. Illegals are a black market(illegal).
Answered By: gary g - 4/17/2008
It should, but it probably wouldn't. If I hire someone to do a job, I would make sure that he is a legal citizen, and I pay him. I would leave the responsibility of hiring legal workers to him.
Answered By: Cutevotes2008 - 4/17/2008
I wouldn't pay anymore and don't care if an illegal or legal resident/citizen does the job.
Answered By: pezhead - 4/17/2008
Everyone is cheap, and wants cheap labor. I live in a border town and I've seen better and more honest work done by legal AND i****************s than by high priced "American" contractors, workers etc. I say if they can do a better job, then let them do it. Maybe it will make some of those lazy, thieving, overweight "... More
Answered By: blondewithheart - 4/17/2008
I heart our i****************s. they keep costs down.
Answered By: Ethan R - 4/17/2008
I think most Americans are far too cheap to pay what it would cost. That's why it so ironic that so many are anti-day worker program. They have no idea what they'd be in for.
Answered By: Beth - 4/17/2008
Answered By: Trout Daddy - 4/17/2008
None what so ever! Why do I have to pay more if US companies outsource work to China? Should I search for everything made in US too? It would be a difficult search - practically nothing is produced here! So corporations can search for cheaper labor (and it is legal - outsourcing ), but I have find more... More
Answered By: greyzone2 - 4/17/2008
LOL. No more cheap chicken, you can be assured. During WW II, fryers cost $1.39 lb. Roasting hens, $0.89 lb. or so.
Answered By: ed - 4/17/2008
I would pay a lot more... if you don't belong here... don't like it her get the f**k outta my country!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Red,White and Blue DO NOT RUN TOGETHER!
Answered By: Monster11 - 4/17/2008
I wouldn't pay a penny more. And no, this wouldn't Affect my decision. (check your spelling... More
Answered By: lucee - 4/17/2008
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