(Original post by Ace123)
He admitted that high unemployment rates in the eurozone, currently running at record highs of over 12 per cent, would lead to increased numbers of jobless seeking work
in higher growth countries, such as Britain, with a joblessness rate of only 7.4pc.
"With unacceptably high levels of unemployment in the EU, more people are looking at this possibility," he said.
What he is basically saying is thay countries with high unemployment will be encouraged to export their jobless to countries with low unemployment are the jobs just going to magically appear in the UK and this is why Britain is turning on the EU and want out
You don't seem to understand what the man is actually saying.
He is not saying that people will come
to the UK looking for work, but rather that people will look
for work in the UK. These two things are different.
For instance, I could look
for work in, say, France, but look from within the UK.
I would be a job seeker. However, because I am not seeking a job within France
, I would not actually be raising the France's unemployment level.
I'm unsure how I could make that any clearer.
The jobs are not going to ''magically appear'', but have already appeared. Migrants will be able to take up the jobs that have been advertised via Eures:
This system has been in place for a while, now. The commissioner only suggested that it is given more attention, and what not, to promote employment in Europe.