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That’s why it’s not uncommon for your taxi driver to have formerly worked as an educator or engineer. Additionally, refugees and immigrants are easy victims for discrimination and exploitation in the workplace. Some employers recognize the sense of urgency and desperation among these groups to keep their jobs, so they will have them take the less desirable and even dangerous roles. Undocumented immigrants, particularly, assume they have no rights, and workers who can’t speak English are easy targets. 4. Securing housing. Flickr: Rachel K. So Photography. I don’t have to tell you that safe, affordable housing is expensive. So imagine trying to obtain that with low-paying jobs. For that reason, large families often choose to live together, creating stressful, noisy environments that are hardly conducive to studying or resting. Again, refugees and immigrants fall victim to exploitation, this time from their landlords. 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