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    Students/Graduates vote to leave the EU for more jobs and higher pay!!

    - Why should we subsidise EU students for taking British graduate jobs?
    - Vote out for more jobs and a less competitive graduate market, increasing your chances of employment after graduation
    - In return you'll receive lower rents and greater chances of home ownership
    - Graduate employers will have no choice but to increase wages to attract better applicants.
    - Unemployment for 16-24 year olds is already incredibly high, lower the burden for your generation by getting rid of the excess!

    Vote out 2016!

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    disproportionally graduates from the EU countries/poorer regions come to the UK and swamp our universities and graduate markets! we don't need it, you don't need it.
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Size:  8.3 KBDude you don't have any sources and is propaganda even allowed here
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    I suppose it is sarcasm
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    Unemployment hit 14% in the 80s. After all that immigration, the recent tanking of the economy only pushed it up to 8%.

    Why would you want a less competitive graduate market? I'd rather have a competitive market, it separates the wheat from the chaff and incentivises students to push themselves. If you can't raise you game to compete with someone who speaks English as a second language, I recommend shelf stacking.

    Migration in the EU is also a two way thing. Plenty of motivated students take advantage of that to seek good careers in Europe. A lot don't return.
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    Students reject your liberal lecturers, they just want MORE debt slaves. They only work for the big corporations.

    Vote out!
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    (Original post by Quantex)
    Unemployment hit 14% in the 80s. After all that immigration, the recent tanking of the economy only pushed it up to 8%.

    Why would you want a less competitive graduate market? I'd rather have a competitive market, it separates the wheat from the chaff and incentivises students to push themselves. If you can't raise you game to compete with someone who speaks English as a second language, I recommend shelf stacking.

    Migration in the EU is also a two way thing. Plenty of motivated students take advantage of that to seek good careers in Europe. A lot don't return.
    What nonsense? why not just open up the whole world in that case since it's such a great idea. Can see they fooled you with economics 101. Read deeper my child.
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    (Original post by Quantex)
    Unemployment hit 14% in the 80s. After all that immigration, the recent tanking of the economy only pushed it up to 8%.

    Why would you want a less competitive graduate market? I'd rather have a competitive market, it separates the wheat from the chaff and incentivises students to push themselves. If you can't raise you game to compete with someone who speaks English as a second language, I recommend shelf stacking.

    Migration in the EU is also a two way thing. Plenty of motivated students take advantage of that to seek good careers in Europe. A lot don't return.
    Can't do that. A polish person is taking up my job.
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    (Original post by Quantex)
    Unemployment hit 14% in the 80s. After all that immigration, the recent tanking of the economy only pushed it up to 8%.

    Why would you want a less competitive graduate market? I'd rather have a competitive market, it separates the wheat from the chaff and incentivises students to push themselves. If you can't raise you game to compete with someone who speaks English as a second language, I recommend shelf stacking.

    Migration in the EU is also a two way thing. Plenty of motivated students take advantage of that to seek good careers in Europe. A lot don't return.
    Unemployment hot 14pc in the 80s, yeah, it did, but the economic climate was in no way comparable to today. When was the last time that a major British industry that was past its sell by date was shut down? Or an oil crisis coinciding with other economic downturns? Or the unions trying to bully wages to above the market rate? How about 15pc inflation? Or most of the decade before being one of economic turmoil and increasing unemployment?

    The situation during Thatcher's first term was nothing like the situation over the last decade. Maybe the next crash in continental Europe in the next few years would be a bit more like the 80s

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    The problem is socialism; regulation restricting the amount of jobs (supply) and increasing the minimum wage incentivizes immigration (demand).
 
 
 
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