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Resiliency and Success: Migrant Children in the U.S.

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Journal of American Medical Association, March 1,(273) 9. By 1930, 15 percent had employment, and 45 percent of this total worked in domestic and personal service, with smaller percentages in textile and food processing industries, agriculture, or sales (Cortés, pp. 708, 713). According to the 1990 census, there are 59,631 Mexican American men over the age of 16 serving in the armed forces, 7,924 of whom are naturalized citizens, while the remainder are native-born. For these three age groups, the all-cause mortality rates are about one-third lower in Hispanics.

Pages: 188

Publisher: Routledge (May 21, 2004)

ISBN: 1594510458

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