Jose Camacho, 32, has been working at the same job at the market in Williamsburg since he left Mexico 12 years ago. Today he sits on a green stand, eating a banana during a break from his duties: unpacking fruit, arranging fruit and managing the cash register. He says he enjoys carefully placing the fruit on the stand and making them look attractive. He works off the books – no benefits – and makes $600 a week. His day is tough and long: He wakes up at 5:40 a.m., opens the market at 6 a.m. and works until 6 p.m. — Miamichelle Abad