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Vincent Vamos, also called Brojido Reyes by warehouse employer, with his children Harry Ramos, 9, Bruce Ramos, 12 and Nereyda Ramos, 13, in their home in New Brunswick, NJ on March 22, 2013..Across America, temp work has become a mainstay of the blue-collar economy, leading to the proliferation of ?temp towns? ? places where it's difficult to find work except through a temp agency and where workers suffer wage theft, no benefits and high injury rates, all for jobs that may end tomorrow for any reason.
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Vincent Vamos, also called Brojido Reyes by warehouse employer, with his children Harry Ramos, 9, Bruce Ramos, 12 and Nereyda Ramos, 13, in their home in New Brunswick, NJ on March 22, 2013..Across America, temp work has become a mainstay of the blue-collar economy, leading to the proliferation of ?temp towns? ? places where it's difficult to find work except through a temp agency and where workers suffer wage theft, no benefits and high injury rates, all for jobs that may end tomorrow for...
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