Combating Unequal Distribution of Wealth

The U.S. continues to attract large numbers of "illegal" immigrants looking for work. A recent study offers some fresh numbers along with what many of these mainly Mexican people are doing once they reach the States. It seems that over 6 million people are working illegally in varied areas of the work force, from agriculture to dry-walling, to dishwashing. Much of the money earned by this sector of the workforce is sent home to families still living in the country of origin, like Mexico. This represents one of the few means of avoiding poverty in those areas, and just one way that people are trying to spread the wealth of the U.S. to those who are less fortunate.
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