"Dirty, degrading and dangerous"
An estimated 90 million migrants live and work outside their country of birth, many of them having left in search of security and a sustainable livelihood. Many economies have come to rely on migrants who are prepared to work in what are often referred to as "3-D jobs" - dirty, degrading and dangerous with little security and low wages.
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