In a neighborhood with plenty of children, the Bueso kids, including Jasmine, 6, center, are able to go outside their home in Bonita Springs and ride their bikes in the evening before bedtime. The Bueso family, who have lived in Bonita for more than 10 years, have seen the job market dry up, forcing them to think about heading North, to New York, to find jobs. Their four children, all born in the United States, only know Bonita as their home and their parents have ruled out returning to Alex's home country of Honduras. Greg Kahn/Staff

Photo by GREG KAHN

In a neighborhood with plenty of children, the Bueso kids, including Jasmine, 6, center, are able to go outside their home in Bonita Springs and ride their bikes in the evening before bedtime. The Bueso family, who have lived in Bonita for more than 10 years, have seen the job market dry up, forcing them to think about heading North, to New York, to find jobs. Their four children, all born in the United States, only know Bonita as their home and their parents have ruled out returning to Alex's home country of Honduras. Greg Kahn/Staff

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