Tourist Towns Debate Role of Foreign Workers Each year, U.S. tourist attractions recruit thousands of foreign workers. But in some places --such as Lake Placid, N.Y. -- foreign workers aren't so welcome. Critics say the influx from abroad keeps wages low and makes it hard to earn a decent living. Brian Mann of North Country Public Radio reports.

Tourist Towns Debate Role of Foreign Workers

Tourist Towns Debate Role of Foreign Workers

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Each year, U.S. tourist attractions recruit thousands of foreign workers. But in some places —such as Lake Placid, N.Y. — foreign workers aren't so welcome. Critics say the influx from abroad keeps wages low and makes it hard to earn a decent living. Brian Mann of North Country Public Radio reports.