Double-dealing of worldwide transient labourers in the Worldwide North has been progressively outlined as far as dealing, in political and lawful spaces and by the media. However acting dealing like a peculiarity that catches the freedom experienced by travellers clouds the variegated means through which unfree work relations are both organized, and connected with more 'commonplace' types of double-dealing including shaky business. In this paper we contend that conceptualizing types of freedom along a continuum of work relations features this interrelationship, which for traveller labourers incorporates endeavours to saddle and control mobilities through migration systems that limit versatility bartering power inside work markets. We utilize the case of the Impermanent Unfamiliar Specialist Program in Canada to show how shaky business, unstable lawful status and unfree work relations connect, and how they are arranged and challenged by of labourers themselves.
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