Mexican Eldercare Providers in the United States: Structural Labor Demand, Migration and Policy Responses
Eldercare and long-term care in the U.S. is becoming more important as baby boomers age. Native workers are not able to fill the new demands created by the growing size of the elderly population. Immigrants are filling these jobs. By 2000, Mexican-born immigrants were the largest suppliers of foreign-born eldercare workers. This study looks at the drivers of increased Mexican participation in eldercare through a wage analysis and looks at the relationship between Mexican participation in eldercare in relation to the aging of the U.S. population.
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