This coda describes a care worker undergoing a foreclosure on her house and retiring to live in Ghana. To the care worker, this loss is symbolic of her work not bearing fruit, and of the unfairness of the American legal system. Mortgages may be appropriate for workers in a stable job, but home health workers’ monthly income fluctuates because of the precarity of their work schedules.
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