Salvadorans Deported From US Find Warm Welcome From This Industry In El Salvador

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Опубликовано 12 января 2018, 20:59
Alexander Ramos was deported to El Salvador from the United States seven years ago. Back in his native San Salvador, the 31-year-old brushed up on his English and landed a job at one of the nation’s 70 call centers. According to Reuters, the industry employs 47 percent more people than two years ago. Now, it's eyeing a growth spurt after the Trump administration said it would end immigration protection for more than 200,000 Salvadorans. The decision has alarmed Salvadoran immigrants, as they fear returning to a homeland that frequently features among the world’s most violent nations. It's also a country where the minimum wage is less than $10 per day and two out of three people work in the informal economy. However, the call centers could help soften their return with higher paying work.
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