agricultural laborer


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Winch extending the scope of the act to domestic servants and agricultural laborers.
I am a child who works as a seasonal agricultural laborer.
For example, mining women achieved power in their homes through their meticulous domestic work, fisherwomen contributed to financial decision-making through baiting lines and selling fish, and some single female agricultural laborers enjoyed greater independence through their work as opposed to those with families.
Lack of education limits many young people's employment prospects, especially women, to poorly paid and often unsafe work like domestic servants, agricultural laborers or factory workers.
While the number of "cultivators" has been decreasing, there are actually now more agricultural laborers (that is, people who work on farms but do not own the land) 6 numbering some 144 million, or 30 percent of the total workforce, up from 26.
9:00 General Elections of Sida Union of Agricultural Laborers
Although migrant workers earn only about $1,500 per year on average, the income gap between them and agricultural laborers provides a powerful incentive for the latter to try to find better-paid non-farm jobs.
Agricultural laborers are exempt from the legislation but those in related jobs such as packing, processing and trucking, would be subject to it.
Expertly written by Wisconsin author Robert Noonan (who moved from Chicago, Illinois to Hatfield, Wisconsin to write his books), the 'Orphan Train Trilogy' is a set of three novels that, taken together or read separately, draw upon the mid-nineteenth to early twentieth century phenomena of orphaned boys and girls from the eastern seaboard who were placed upon trains traveling west for exploitive foster home placements, menial factory jobs, and agricultural laborers.
Even agricultural laborers, among the lowest paid British workers, earned a wage comparable to privates.
Most clients are illiterate agricultural laborers who use these loans to start simple one-person businesses.
The children, initially recruited by intermediaries with promises of better lives abroad, had been trafficked to work as domestic and agricultural laborers.
And since John XXIII, the church has argued that agricultural laborers and sweatshop employees toiling in the basement of our global village have these same rights.
Tackling the issue requires a unified approach to both the ''formal'' sector, such as factory work, and the ''informal sector,'' in which children work as domestic servants, street beggars and agricultural laborers, she said.
Guerrero's love and concern for Chicanos had him traveling to farming areas where he was active on behalf of agricultural laborers, calling for equitable working conditions and writing songs about Cesar Chavez.
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