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The various ways in which domestic service home care and nursing are structured and performed are well accounted in Global Exchange by Grace Chang and Diverted Mothering by Sau-Ling C Wong These two articles give indeapth analysis of how migrant and immigrant workers are treated by not only their employers but in certain instances by their own government I will try to give you an analysis of the two articles and sight examples from the articles that reflect how these workers are treated in the domestic home care and the nursing industry First in Global Exchage we see that more and more people and mostly women from 3rd world countries are leaving their families to go and work abroad for menial wages in the hopes of a better life for children and families The article deals with the Filipina women and how they have and are brought into the country and how they are treated I was very surprised to read that the president of the Philippines himself stating that migrant women the new heroes of the Philippine economy The even more surprising thing is that the government itself has more women working outside the country than it does within the country This is evident all over the health and home care industry if you walk into any hospital you can see the amount of Filippina women wokig as nurses and in other health care professions Also these women are working as nannies and home care givers to the families of middle-class and upper-class people The wages that these women get are soo absurd that any person living in the country would never ever work for those wages and if they did the law would do everything to protect that person The migrants are afforded the same rights and therefore are paid low wages the conditions that they live in are mediocre But will the employers ever say that the wages should be
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