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Chinese Immigrants Leaving New York

Sing Tao Daily, Posted: Jul 16, 2009

NEW YORK Faced with the recession, Chinese immigrants are migrating from New York to other states in search of better jobs, reports the Sing Tao Daily. Chinese restaurants in New York have traditionally been a magnet for immigrants from China's Fujian region. Since the economic downturn, the restaurants have seen less customers and have decreased their wages, leaving Fujianese immigrants with no choice but to move to other states in order to support their families. Though out-of-state jobs may be better paid, some of them have worse working conditions and provide fewer health care benefits, according to the report.

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