Child Labour Invisibility along the Guatemala-Mexico Border
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This article focuses on Central American child migrant workers in the Soconusco, Chiapas, and in southeast Mexico. It aims to describe the type of work performed, and their working and living conditions. Soconusco is the second most common destination for Guatemalan migrant workers, after the United States, incorporated in the regional economy based on export agriculture, services and trade.