Unemployed U.S.-born workers seek day-labor jobs
In the past seventy years, American’s have not seen a recession like the one that has been blowing over for the past three years. American’s are out of work, they lack what is needed to improve their lives, many have to go hungry each day, and several cannot afford to have themselves looked at when they get sick while others are in the process of losing their homes or have already lost their homes.
American’s who have found a job, are usually working for $8 an hour or lower which cannot feed a family in today’s world. Other American’s are waiting outside hardware stores or on street corners looking for work that might happen to come by. These jobs before the unemployment rate rose to 10.2 percent were usually taken by illegal immigrants and now American’s have to beg for a job as many homeless people have been doing for years.
American’s wait outside hardware shops and ask …