The concern of my letter is, as always, that of the three million plus undocumented Mexican workers.
One does not need a BA degree to wash dishes or bus tables in a restaurant, a MS degree to work on construction or in the fields picking apples or oranges; and ,one does not have to have a RN degree to be a domestic or to care for my elderly parent.
The labor shortage in this country is not with the the skilled jobs. The skilled educated Mexicans have no need to leave their country. They find opportunity at home.
The need in this country is for laborers who will do the menial, unskilled, demeaning, distasteful jobs that our countrymen refuse to do.
The Mexican immigrant laborers don't complain. So long as they can find employment they will do the job and do it well and willingly.
Again it's "finding a way to unite the willing worker with the willing employer".
Richard E. Baer
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