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The Best Jobs for Latino Immigrants

Despite the serious economic crises that the United States has gone through, it is still one of the most important countries in terms of source of employment. This is one of the reasons why it is the destination of many Latin Americans who leave their countries of origin to look for a better way of life.

Thanks to the USCIS, workers who are qualified to fulfill the needs of the United States can apply for visas.

Here is a list of the best jobs for Latino immigrants in the United States:

<strong><a href=”http://o1visa.us/?attachment_id=5083#main” rel=”attachment wp-att-5083″><img class=”alignleft wp-image-5083″ src=”http://o1visa.us/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Fotosearch_k0811206_thumb.jpg” alt=”Fotosearch_k0811206_thumb” width=”411″ height=”175″ /></a>Maintenance Mechanic</strong>

Regarding remuneration, this is one of the jobs that better pays the immigrants. The United States is a country with a huge industry sector, so maintenance mechanics are required practically in every state. The working time is generally 40 hours per week. The estimated salary goes from $4,500 to $5,000.

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<strong>Electrician</strong>

The salary of an electrician is five times higher in the United States than in the countries where the immigrants come from. Electricians are also needed all around the U.S. They usually work 40 hours a week and earn approximately $46,000-$50,000 per year.

<strong>Refrigeration Technician</strong>

Refrigeration technicians are most required in Las Vegas, Dallas, Houston, Phoenix, San Antonio, Miami and Los Angeles. Their main role is to install, repair and maintain air conditioning systems. They earn around $48,000 and $54,000 annually.

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<strong>Auto Mechanic</strong>

This job provides immigrants with a great quality of life. In fact, a vast number of Latinos work as auto mechanics in the U.S. In most of the cases, the car manufacturing plants and independent garages are the ones in charge of hiring the auto mechanics. Any immigrant with experience in the area could earn up to $35,000-$40,000 a year.

<strong>Bricklayer</strong>

Although bricklayers are not currently needed in the building sector, this job is considered Latino par excellence. An experienced bricklayer could earn $35,000-$40,000 per year.

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<strong>Painter </strong>

This job does not require previous experience. In many U.S. states, there are Latino companies that offer services in this area. A painter’s average annual wage is between $28,00 and $30,000.

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