Thursday, September 28, 2023

UK: Pakistani and Indian citizens in search of jobs

5.5 % of those who seek jobs do not belong to the UK, report

Pakistanis and Indians are among the most job seekers in the UK, with the highest number of jobs.

The UK has seen an increase in job seekers from abroad over the past one year, which reflects that partial work visa rules have been eased after Brexit.

It was revealed that 5.5 percent of the people seeking British jobs on the Inded’s website in June did not belong to the UK, the number was 4.4 percent a year ago and was recorded at 3.6 percent between 2017 and 2019.

According to a report by Reuters news agency, Paul Ederjan, research director for Inded’s Europe, the Middle East and Africa, says jobs like software development are increasing by people from non -European countries. The British government’s new immigration policy is working.

In June, the share of jobs in the UK was 1.4 percent of the EU -related people, which is slightly lower than before Brexit. Other countries’ interest has increased to 4.1 percent.

The Index website has counted Pakistan, India, Nigeria and South Africa as one of the major countries, where most of the jobs were found in the UK.

The Bank of England has focused on labor shortages, as the recent decline in inflation has reached the highest level in 20 years.

After Brexit, the British government has abolished the unlimited right of most European citizens to the UK.

After the softening of visa rules, the owners will no longer need to show that they are unable to keep a British or European union worker. Provided they are for a job that has an annual income at least 26,200 pounds, which is slightly lower than the average annual wage of the UK.

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Low -paying employees can get visas in sectors where there is a severe labor shortage, mostly including health and social care sectors.

It should be noted that owners are now struggling to recruit employees from abroad in hospitality and manufacturing and low -paying sectors.

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