Summary: Hired Farm Workers

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The supply of US farm labor, including the human capital embodied in workers, depends on the decisions of US workers about where to work (approximately 30% of hired crop workers are US born, but almost all new entrants to the farm workforce were born abroad), immigration patterns and the decisions of immigrant workers, and training (two-thirds of US-born crop workers, but only an eighth of the foreign born, completed high school). Hired farm workers are mostly immigrants from Mexico with little education, and most are
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