The agricultural laborer
leads an out-of-door life, and uses the strength that God has given to him.
Punch" has a very funny picture this week, about a Suffragist and an agricultural laborer
Don't you think agricultural laborers
would rather have three acres and a cow than three acres of printed forms and a committee?
In his interview, Bae said he was being treated humanely, but that working as an agricultural laborer
for eight hours a day, six days a week, is taking a toll on his health.
62) The American National Labor Relations Act (or the Wagner Act) excluded from the definition of employee "any individual employed as an agricultural laborer
, or in the domestic service.
He was the first casualty of shells fired by Gaza militants into Israel since March when an agricultural laborer
from Thailand was killed when he was hit by a mortar shell.
For a decade, he traveled western areas that had been inhabited by Indian tribes for hundreds of years and finally settled in California, where he worked as an agricultural laborer
Similarly, working as an agricultural laborer
or participating in seasonal agricultural migration increases the child's vulnerability to violence, neglect, abuse and social exclusion, and this in turn may adversely affect their emotional and social development.
A large number of people from this region work as seasonal agricultural laborers
, moving from field to field throughout the country harvesting various crops for dismally low wages.
Likewise, Howayek said the wages of agricultural laborers
have increased to $25 and $30 per day due to their scarcity.
Protesters in Pasco have accused the police department of heavy-handed tactics when dealing with the Hispanic community, many of whom immigrated to the area to work as agricultural laborers
As per Census conducted by the Registrar General of India, the total number of agricultural workers in the country comprising cultivators and agricultural laborers
increased from 234.