With the recent vacation of my brother in law and his family, I learned that they are both doing good in their job working as caregivers. My brother-in-law used to manage a retail business, their supplies are special steel that they import from Japan. When he migrated to the US, he got a job that would pay him and it didn't matter what kind of job. He was hired as a seller in the fish market. After sometime, he got an invitation to apply for a caregiver's job. Part of the application was an exam and when hired, he underwent training. Now he is earning pretty good in that job. Considering that my brother-in-law was already 62 at the time of his training, that would not happen here in the Philippines. His wife who is now 60 followed suit and got the same job but in a different nursing home. Truly America is a free country with no discrimination.