Housing for migrant agricultural workers
rural housing, migrant
"Good housing contributes much to the health and well-being of migrant agricultural workers and their families and is important in maintaining community health. It has a beneficial effect on efficiency of the workers and is one requirement for a stable labor force. An employer who offers good housing has a greater chance of attracting better workers who stay as long as they are needed and return another year."
Simons, Joseph Winslow
U.S. Department of Agriculture. Agriculture Handbook No. 383
U.S. Department of Agriculture. Agricultural Research Service
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