Here are the actual figures in today's labour market statistics
Over the past year there has been a total increase of 741,000 in employment. Most of the country groupings have increased during this period of strong employment growth including Bulgarians and Romanians increasing by 29,000.
Over the past quarter there has been a total increase of 100,000 in employment of which Bulgarians and Romanians have decreased by 4,000. Bear in mind this is the quarter starting in January when the transitional controls came off Bulgaria and Romania and they got the same full access rights as the rest of the EU.
So UKIP weren't 'right' at all in their predictions that there would be masses of Romanians and Bulgarians coming taking jobs as soon as those restrictions were removed. The numbers fell in that quarter.
But as usual from UKIP's supporters like the OP they don't actually do any proper analysis of the facts and figures they just rely on leading with a disingenous headline "we were right on X" so that others that agree with them won't bother checking the true facts and will just nod along with them and say "yes UKIP are always right".
The interesting thing with these figures are that in the last quarter, of that 100,000 increase in employment only 5,000 are UK born. There were large increases in other groups, 74,000 increase from the A8 countries (Czech Rep, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovak Republic, Slovenia), 16,000 increase from India alone.
If UKIP does some analysis of their figures I wonder if they will switch their line of attack away from Bulgaria/Romania and back towards the general Eastern European countries that got accession in 2004. Or if they will mention the India point: over three times as much employment growth from Indians compared to British born in the past quarter. I suspect that given the current UKIP drive is to show they are not racist and parade black and asian candidates around, that they will shy away from attacking Indians here but there might be some mileage out of attacking Eastern Europeans.