By Stephanie Bohon
This paintings explores the contest for jobs among diversified Latin American immigrant teams within the U.S. economic climate. Bohon's examine seems to be at occupational prestige attainment between Latino teams in Miami and 3 different U.S. towns with flourishing Latino enclaves.
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