Every year, an estimated three million people migrate to the Arabian Gulf, mostly from Asian countries, to pursue work. To many, the glittering shorelines and towering skyscrapers represent the prospects of a better life. These migrant workers are the construction laborers who built the tallest building in the world. They are the maids who care for the domestic needs of wealthy families. And they are the ones who keep the place looking shiny and new by sweeping the trash from the streets.
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