The first question that I asked was "In Mexico how old are post people when they get there first job"? He said that in his village it all depended on how needy the family's were. He said that most family's in his village we the same income so the male children got jobs when they were very young like ages six to ten. I was curious so I asked "if they work do they...
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...as went from making $6.50 an hour to $19.00 an hour to overlook what he once was. I learned from doing this paper exactly how hard people outside of America had it because we have every opportunity to become something great without having to do much because he have to go to school and we have all kinds of government funding to go to college and no other country in the world has that. Americans also have the ability to make all kinds of money in there field of study and in Mexico if you are not born into the money you will not have it unless something major happens. Also in America we have unions to fight for what we as workers deserve and the benefits that we receive. Americans may not like each other sometime but we all agree that you should receive all the benefits and the money deserving of the job you do.
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