Norwegians Doesn't Know What They Are Missing
"Restaurants are much less common in Norway than the United States because Norway lacks the cheap labor -- making a dinner out in Oslo prohibitively expensive. In many New York restaurants, the American waiters and hosts owe their jobs to the underpaid illegal immigrants in the kitchen, whose low wages allow the restaurant to exist. The vast agricultural industry in the Central Valley of California might not exist without cheap immigrant farm workers who make it profitable," says Eduardo Porter in a New York Times blog defending illegal immigration on economic grounds.
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