Colorado relies heavily on foreign seasonal labor. This year, there's a shortage of visas.March 10, 2018 - Loveland Reporter-Herald
Colorado companies in landscaping, construction, hospitality and tourism are getting unwelcome notices that the federal government has denied their visa applications to bring in foreign workers to meet the summer rush. "We don't know how we will get...
Colorado relies heavily on foreign seasonal labor. This year, there's ...March 9, 2018 - The Denver Post
Juan Herrera of Singing Hill Landscape moves mulch around as he works on a park at the Riverdale Dunes community on March 7, 2018 in Commerce City. Landscapers rely heavily on the H-2B visa program for peak season help. There were 33,000 visas offered...
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Bad Jobs and Poor Decisions: Dispatches from the Working ClassLiveright Publishing. 2018
Weaving the brackish humor of Chuck Palahniuk’s Fight Club with the empathy of Barbara Ehrenreich’s Nickel and Dimed, J. R. Helton brings to life an obscured, all-too-often ignored slice of the American psyche in this unflinching memoir of blue-collar Texas. In the 1980s, somewhere in Austin, Helton was young, married, and jobless. After a few strung-out years trying to make it as a writer, he was caught in a cycle of drunken, coked-up nights, crashing on friends’ couches and looking for money in the morning. Succumbing to the daunting reality of what it means to support both himself and a troubled marriage, he became a housepainter. He sold pumpkins on the side of the road, delivered firewood, ran a crew of illegal immigrants hauling railroad ties across the empty plains of Kansas,...