Every Venezuelan I met here showed a strong work ethic and positive outlook on life. They are appreciate having a job and take it seriously. Many left family members back in Venezuela to get work here. I don't give a shit what class or group they might be in. My initial impression is that Argentine companies (transfers, remis etc) are probably paying them less but also getting a more reliable and better output from them compared to the Argentine counterparts.I have a hunch that Venezuelans in Argentina are not the Chavistas or the Mestizos. Venezuelans in Argentina are the Europeans who used to be the ruling class in their country before Chavez.
Venezuelans are 2/3 Chavistas Mestizos, and 1/3 Europeans (Chavez opponents).
You mean a Venezuelan doctor can't be certified as a doctor in Argentina? He has to drive a remise?Please, take it easy @Somewhereinba.
I´m not disagreeing with you.
I´m trying to say, they are not used to open bottles of wine in restaurants. They were lawyers and doctors in their country. They were not groomed to be career waiters or remis drivers.
Sorry if my post was misunderstood.