Another underrated but a bit more acknowledged type of trafficking is field labor, mostly in southeast Florida where slaves are forced to work in tomato fields and pick them. One of the worst jobs to have on these fields is being a “picker”, with long hours bent over in the southern sun and making little to no money these workers do not have much to look forward to. the only upside to their work is short and scarce lunch breaks and the minimal dirty water breaks they have throughout the day. These workers had no insurance or healthcare so when they got sick they continued to work, a quote from a former picker was “we worked until we were half dead then sent to the hospital”. Farm Labor trafficking is within the same premise as the domestic worker line. The owners of the farm wants to get the product out into the market faster but does not want to have to spend more money to hire workers to do the grueling jobs....
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