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Merkel's open-door policy hits German economy as 99% of migrants STILL don't have a job

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posted on Jun, 29 2017 @ 12:42 PM
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They still have half a million refugees on benefits, but it doesn't seem to be affecting the economy negatively.


Peanuts. But that doesn't seem to bother our wingnuts, does it?
Anyway. One author of the OECD paper goes by the name Eva, and since you seem to be literate on the subject I simply couldn't help myself. Take it as the pun it was and have a nice day!





posted on Jun, 29 2017 @ 12:51 PM
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originally posted by: PublicOpinion
Peanuts. But that doesn't seem to bother our wingnuts, does it?
Anyway. One author of the OECD paper goes by the name Eva, and since you seem to be literate on the subject I simply couldn't help myself. Take it as the pun it was and have a nice day!



hahaha funny! No, I'm a nurse but I like to read a lot and keep informed, but getting info only from reputable sources.... I despair when I see patients reading the Daily Mail, and yet I keep quiet. LOL

Have a good evening!



posted on Jun, 29 2017 @ 01:45 PM
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originally posted by: luthier

originally posted by: rickymouse
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Yeah, you are right, but the question is.....why are our young believing that you need to get a high paying high tech job. What is wrong with sorting broccoli and making a living at it. What is wrong with working in a factory or on a farm? We are messing up our society. Maybe if people had to go shovel out an outhouse they would start realizing sorting broccoli is a really good job.

We need to fix our society, our own people. We do not have to import workers to do jobs. We only feed the delusion of the people by masking the solution. Most jobs are good jobs, I would rather shovel dirt than sit at a desk and type into a computer all day. I did not need to go sign up for an exercise club when I was working construction, I got paid for working out when I worked.

A big portion of our society has gone Hulu.



Your right but industry and costumers did it by making the jobs so low paying to keep the cpi in check. It's a hard thing to work on with so much lobby power


Seems that the jobs most important to the needs of our people...pay the least.



posted on Jun, 29 2017 @ 09:20 PM
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originally posted by: rickymouse
a reply to: luthier

Yeah, you are right, but the question is.....why are our young believing that you need to get a high paying high tech job. What is wrong with sorting broccoli and making a living at it. What is wrong with working in a factory or on a farm? We are messing up our society. Maybe if people had to go shovel out an outhouse they would start realizing sorting broccoli is a really good job.

We need to fix our society, our own people. We do not have to import workers to do jobs. We only feed the delusion of the people by masking the solution. Most jobs are good jobs, I would rather shovel dirt than sit at a desk and type into a computer all day. I did not need to go sign up for an exercise club when I was working construction, I got paid for working out when I worked.

A big portion of our society has gone Hulu.



In the UK, we want two things; our house prices to go up and up and up. At the same time we want consumer prices that we pay to down down and down. Because of land usage, homes are getting smaller and more expensive. For the last two places I rented, the rent was £550 and £695. Only other options were £850 for a flat next to a motorway. House prices start at £250K. You can afford 5x your salary.

A minimum wage job like broccoli picking pays £14K. Tech jobs pay up to the sky, £55K for a software engineer, even higher for a consultant. Divide by 40 to find your monthly rent = £350. Then two people can flat or house share which is what many are forced to do if they get divorced. But minimum wage jobs are unstable, and it takes months to get back onto benefits if you are fired. If you do take up employment then you no longer qualify for council housing as others take priority on the waiting lists. So it's not worth trying to look for work.

Meanwhile foreign workesr are happy to rent a room from the hotel, or pay rent to live in Portacabins on a farm, simply because the cost of living in their home country is a third of what it is here.



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