The welfare index will be based on the results of a semi-annual or annual survey conducted with more than 1,000 blue-collar guest workers
The United States now has three major guest worker
In terms of labor market impact, particularly in high-technology industries, a further distinction arises from the difference between the permanent domestic labor force (native and immigrant, citizen and permanent resident alike) and the temporary guest worker
Historically, guest worker
programs in the United States served as a solution for addressing the shortfall of workers during wartime.
CIRA, whose supporters included Senators Edward Kennedy (D-MA) and John McCain (R-AZ), would have created a new guest worker
program, but was not acted on by the House.
We aimed to determine the proportion of CNMI guest workers
who were immune to measles and rubella by testing a convenience sample of serum collected during September and October 2006.
Chin structures her book's four chapters around four distinct phases in the public treatment of the guest worker
question, and builds each around an immigrant intervention in the German public sphere, primarily in the medium of either literature or film.
The first chapter sets the tone here, entitled "Aras Oren and the Guest Worker
30 Report, 'Pacific Island guest worker
scheme sparks union backlash', 14 August 2008
However, with many proposals calling for a guest worker
program, (1) it is unclear whether the melting pot can survive.
A guest worker
who spent two horrific years battling false charges of theft in hostile courts told Howley she plans to return to the city-state as soon as she can.
program "a modern-day system of indentured servitude .