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In this chapter the motivations and dreams of female migrant domestic workers in London, Berlin and Istanbul are identified through their own narratives. Although the reasons for their migrations ranged from war, political conflict to family unification or for a better future, education and learning a respectable language or because of fear of sexual oppression, they had all ended up working as domestic carers. The interviewee’s trajectories were overwhelmingly marked by downward mobility and ending up in poorly paid low-status work, namely domestic works.
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