In the past when discussions of illegal workers have come up I have had several people ask me if I would go work on a farm for minimum wage. They stated Americans would not take that kind of job for minimum wage. I saw this article today regarding migrant labor working on a Tomato farm. http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/mi...ally-a-slave/ar-BB1aajXQ?li=BBnb7Kz&ocid=iehp It states "An adept worker will fill a 32-pound bucket every two and a half minutes, earning 65 cents for each one." That comes out to $15.60 an hour. "In interviews, five workers employed at Lipman’s tomato operation said they felt fortunate to have been selected for the H-2A program after being interviewed in Mexico by labor brokers representing Lipman. In the United States, they could make in a day what it took a week to earn at home." "The workers remain in the country for four to 10 months, on average." Don't believe the lie these migrant workers (and illegals) are working hard labor jobs for minimum wage. That is total B.S. By American standards they make a pretty good wage by Mexican standards they are making out like banditos.