A nanny is a person so is in simple words known as a child minder or a child care taker. Many families turn to the use of nannies so that they could continue working or engage in other aspects of life. This is the main reason why in recent times the demand of nannies has increased a great deal in number. Immigrants in the United States of America have increased a lot in recent years. People from various parts of the country are migrating to America. In an article in Huff Post, Barrera the author highlights that America has been hit by the largest wave of migrants from Asia. She states the statistics, ‘About 430,000 Asians, or 36 percent of all new immigrants, arrived in the U.S. in 2010, according to the latest census data. That’s compared to about 370,000, or 31 percent, who were Hispanic’ (Barrera n.p.). This research paper will take a close look at the southeast asian immigrant nannies in California, it will highlight the legal aspects around the issues, their choice of work, the working conditions and many such aspects. For a long time immigration has been one of the most siginificant issues that are being discussed in government. It is one of the issues that are constantly being discussed and new laws, bills and reforms are being passed in the betterment of the country as well as laws that also provide for the immigrants. In a recent article by Carl Meacham the effect of immigrant reforms on the U.S citizens is being discussed, it shows that by such reforms America would demonstrate that its willing to work for the immigrants, as it is well known that immigrants boost the economy of the country (Meachamn n.p.). Such laws make U.S a desirable place for people to migrate to increasing the number of immigrants from all around the world including the south east of Asia. In 1990 The Immigration Act increased the number of Asians coming to America by increasing the quota (Johnson n.p.). This led to more and more immigrants in America and the percentage of Asian immigrant nannies in America tend to increase. The main aim of this research proposal is the ‘poor’ working conditions of immigrant nannies in America. Such kind of workforce tends to face a lot of difficulties while working. In an article by Odette Yousef, problems faced by immigrant nannies are being highlighted. The author sheds light on issues like low wages, bullying, problems faced due to not being of English background and many others. He calls the immigrants ‘the invisible workforce’ which sums up how immigrants are ignored regarding their working conditions (Yousef n.p.). Another book by Tamara Hose Brown, Raising Brooklyn takes the reader deep into the lives of nannies and caretakers by talking about their lives on daily bases and the problems they have to face (Brown 100-112). People now days are becoming more and more career oriented which in turns raise the demand of nannies. Therefore it leaves a significant amount of vacuum in that job sector. Many immigrants that migrate to America are in desperate need of a job and the vacuum created in the nanny business many women tend to choose this field of work. There are many reasons why they go such a job, firstly it does not require much education only a few training programs secondly it pays well and u can find such a job easily. In an article in The Times
Southeast Asian Immigrant Nannies in California In the life of a working woman the biggest challenge she faces is choosing between her family and work. Most working women, if they can afford, take a break when they have kids but for many of these women it is almost impossible to do that it may be because of financial problems or even because of the nature of work…
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