posted on Aug, 3 2013 @ 07:13 AM
This news is actually a couple of days old. I did a search of "UK jobs" and didn't see anything posted.
MSN UK source
Foreign jobseekers are also being offered up to £900 to cover travelling costs to the UK for interviews, while UK employers can receive a £1,000
bonus for taking on a non-British worker, the Telegraph reported. It comes at a time when Conservative business minister Matthew Hancock is urging UK
firms to employ young British workers rather than better-qualified immigrants.
As a 24 year old who has been unemployed the last 8 months (Thankfully starting a job in around 2 weeks) I was appalled to be reading this. The
current figure of UK unemployment currently stands at about 2.5 million (BBC source)
unemployment being particular worrying.
What this news effectively mean's is that the native UK workforce is not only having to compete against other natives, but now all 500 million people
in the European union. Migrants who are skilled, employers offered a bonus to employ them - Kid that's just left school? Doesn't stand a chance.
They will neither be able to learn skills necessary for employment but more importantly, they will be left to claim benefits rather than enter the
This is bad for the country, great for business. They dont have to train people when they can just import the labour and be rewarded for doing so. It
almost seems to me that this country doesn't want to resolve its welfare issue's, rather just continue to bash the unemployed and victimize them
through benefit sanctions etc,