Domestic Workers Working Hard to Sustain American Families, Compromising Their Social Security
Luisa Grillo-Chope and Carlos Ramos
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To respond to Latino worker concerns with social insurance, policymakers must consider how attachment to the workforce occurs and address the issues of less access, lower participation levels, and the resulting proportionately lower benefits in any discussion of Social Security reform. The limits of current social insurance and benefit adequacy must be improved in a way that assists workers most effectively to improve Social Security and retirement security overall.