Monday, 1 August 2011

UK Jobs

Available Jobs in the UK
How many jobs are available in the UK? The number of available jobs is not easy to determine, as many vacancies on job sites may be advertised more than once, whereas others may no longer be available, even though they are still advertised.

Available minimum wage jobs, such as factory work, receive numerous applications, for instance 60 applications for the same job. In the UK, these applications may arrive from home and from abroad, for example from eastern Europe, where they can be found on internet through the many job sites.

As all citizens of EU countries are eligible to work in Britain, UK jobs are hotly contended, and job vacancies in Britain generally trigger off a race to the UK from eastern Europe.

Factory Jobs and Farm Jobs in the UK
Many British people find it very hard to obtain work in factories and on farms, for example as warehouse operatives in factories or seasonal workers on farms, where the minimum wage is £5.93 an hour and the majority of workers are often from other countries.

However, British people would find it even harder to obtain work in eastern Europe, where unemployment is at least as high as in Britain and the minimum wage is much lower.

EU Policy for Finding Jobs in the UK
Many people in Britain believe that the EU policy for finding jobs is designed to put people in Britain and western Europe out of work and privilege people from eastern Europe, who in the West can earn a much higher minimum wage than in their own country.

Similarly, many believe that successive British governments have been more interested in helping and serving people all around the world rather than helping and serving British people. The fact that the vast majority of UK jobs goes to foreign workers is seen by many as proof that finding minimum-wage work in Britain is determined by ethnicity.

UK Jobs on an Ethnic Basis
At present, not to be British is the easiest way to find factory and farm-related work in the UK, and not being able to speak English does not usually represent a problem in this case.

The EU claims that its regulations are non discriminatory and that they are reciprocal, but British people do not tend to look for work in eastern Europe, where the minimum wage is distinctly lower than in Britain. British people find it ever harder to find work in the UK, and youth unemployment is particularly high.

Owing to the EU work policy, many young people in Britain have no work experience, and this adds to their plight as they try to find work, as young experienced workers from eastern Europe are more likely to get the available minimum wage UK jobs.

Article written by D. Alexander

Tony Blair is given award in Poland for giving British jobs to Poles:

British Party campaigns for the rights of British people to receive British jobs for a fair salary.
This is part of citizens' rights and part of the social contract, a prerogative that no government or private employer has the right to subvert.

Read about Britain's right to Prosperity in the year 2012: will there be unemployment in Britain through the whole year of 2012, or will Prosperity take over?

Read about unemployment in Britain in 2011:

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