What jobs did the Italian immigrants have?
Italian immigrants may have started out in construction work. They may have started out in domestic service. They may have started out in fishing and water work. They may have started out in kitchen cleaning help.
But Italian immigrants were known for working hard and saving money. So they quickly changed over to holding down better paying jobs and even owning their own businesses and companies. A reason why they were able to make the changeover so quickly and so successfully was their forming of Italian cultural associations and related support groups. Another reason was the quality product that they offered in their adopted homelands. Be it craftsmanship or food or whatever, Italian immigrants offered a strong individual work ethic and a solid cultural legacy of meticulous attention to detail in many employable areas.
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After coming to the US, Italian immigrants worked anywhere they could find a job. The men were recruited to work in mines, build railroads, and work in factories. They did the backbreaking jobs.
live aquarium fish sales men
Built roads, cleaned streets and laid bricks for tenement buildings.
Immigrants had jobs that were Factory Workers, Shop Assistants and Cleaners.
All jobs that can be had. Immigrants settled the United States and EVERYONE is an immigrant.
they diffrent because immigrants from now days could find jobs easily ....... And the immigrents from the past it was harder for them to get jobs.
Immigrants took jobs in factories and as janitors and janitoress in tenements.
Frank Sinatra was 100% Italian, although born in America. Both of his parents were Italian immigrants. (Italian immigrants Natalie Della (née Garaventa) and Anthony Martin Sinatra)
something about immigrants taking all their jobs and such
Yes. He is an Italian American whose grandparents were Italian immigrants.
The type of jobs that Americans do no want
Depends on what you mean by Italian. Do you mean Italian immigrants or Italian decended Americans? An example: I myself have half Italian heritage from early 1900's immigrants, so would I count?
farming and the jobs that people do not want to do.
The Italian immigrants settled in the United States because their country was in bad shape . For example the country was very crowed and had no space.
Most southern Italian immigrants to the United States had been farmers in their home country.
Immigrants have no good jobs and their family sometimes lives in the US.
they provided jobs for many immigrants
The US states with most Italian immigrants are New York, New Jersey , California, Pennsylvania and Florida. Each has more than 1 million Italian Americans.
because a lot of people do not have jobs
they had farming jobs or jobs that could get them further in with what they liked.
is estelle getty italian? no she was born to polish jewish immigrants
German immigrants did not come specifically for the jobs, they were being invaded by other countries in Germany so the chose to move
THe writer from New Mexico a border state is afraid that immigrants take jobs from minorities.
they helped by helping immigrants finding jobs.
answered by: anomus The Immigrants would take jobs from the Americans
immigrants came to the northeast because they needed jobs and a better life
Immigrants and rural people moved to the city to get jobs.
Illegal immigrants can have any job, but most illegal immigrants have very little education so they tend to go for low income or harsh jobs. Some common jobs are in the Construction, Dairy, Mechanic, Fast food, Farming, Gardening, Janitor, and more. Jobs that most Americans won't do (although they claim they will, but few do) will usually be occupied by illegal immigrants. Illegal immigrants with a high education (Bachelors, Associates... etc) will have a hard… Read More
they didnt have any
They had more jobs
Immigrants faced discrimination in the workplace and domestically. They could not get jobs because they were different. Landlords did not want to rent to immigrants.
Low-paying, hard-labor jobs
The two Italian immigrants were Nicolas Sacco and Bartholomew Vanzetti.
In Italy people speak Italian, so anyone from Italy would speak Italian.
It depended on the skill or trade that they had. It was difficult to find work upon arriving in America so many immigrants had to take low-skilled jobs.
Mexican immigrants were welcome in America, the only exception was when jobs were scarce.
because the immigrants were taking all of the jobs.
People thought immigrants were taking jobs away from citizens.
some immigrants came to the U.S like Hispanic, Chinese, Italian......
looked for jobs and oppotuintes
Competition for jobs
Competition for jobs
They take jobs from natives
They had to grow crops!
immigrants supported political machines because they provided them with jobs and other favors.