Untangled Roots

Ep. 9 The economics of ethnic enclaves

Untangled Roots Podcast
Untangled Roots Podcast

Va-Megn Thoj of the Asian Economic Development Association, says some immigrants and refugees who start their own businesses, do so out of necessity, not because they want to be their own boss. He says some would rather not have to work the long hours for small profits. But too many can’t get hired for other jobs.  With co hosts Brandt Williams and Jonathan Rabb.

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