Y is disguised empolyment prevalent in agricultural sector??
I think you might be refering to the fact that many agricultural workers are paid "under the table". This either avoids paying income taxes (for both the employer and the employee) or it side-steps immigration issues. Either way, the worker looks to be unemployed in official statistics, because the government has no records that indicate they are employed.
food prices are real low, so farmers cannot afford to pay minimum wage plus all the taxes.
So it's either hire illegal immigrants or pay less than minimum wage, which is again illegal.
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