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Simonthegreat
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Can someone help with this question?
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Can someone help with this question?
Yes, in the EU.
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Yes, in the EU.
No mate. I meant the uk..I saw somethign on the news the other day about being a shortage of labour. so just wanted to see if that was right.
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No mate. I meant the uk..I saw somethign on the news the other day about being a shortage of labour. so just wanted to see if that was right.
IIRC, it has already seen EU nationals leave. The question is whether the economic impact will destroy more jobs than are vacated, and if the UK has people with the right skills. It doesn't for the NHS.
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IIRC, it has already seen EU nationals leave. The question is whether the economic impact will destroy more jobs than are vacated, and if the UK has people with the right skills. It doesn't for the NHS.
what is 11rc? The NHS always has a shortage due to poor pay and long hours etc. I am referring more to a general shortage in most fields. What do you think?
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yep, at customs controls
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That is good for you mate. Why would there be a shortage in construction industry. i thought that EU nationals earn more here then back home and send back money to their home country. What changes this?
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well most of the NHS staff will be leaving so plenty of work there.
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No one knows we will likely see either a moderate increase or decrease in our econmy, anyone claiming we will destroy our economy or we will see some massive boost that wasnt otherwise going to happen is lying to you. Brexit was a vote on principle not on the economy, becuase no one can predict the economy and job opoutunities.
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yep. what other fields do you think?
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Good career choice. If there is civil unrest due to Brexit then more emergency resources will be required.
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what is 11rc? The NHS always has a shortage due to poor pay and long hours etc. I am referring more to a general shortage in most fields. What do you think?
IIRC - If I Recall Correctly.

The NHS is going to have even more of a shortage.

I'm not convinced that there's a horde of skilled Brits waiting to get jobs. There are also jobs moving to Europe. I would guess that the trades (e.g. plumbing) will see a rise in wages and a decrease in quality, with some less skilled jobs disappearing. I expect it to be negative for the UK economy, but I'm no expert either.
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There will be more customs, border agency personnel needed.
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what is 11rc? The NHS always has a shortage due to poor pay and long hours etc. I am referring more to a general shortage in most fields. What do you think?
What NHS jobs are poorly paid
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What NHS jobs are poorly paid
As they should be, already have enough public sector parasites.
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As they should be, already have enough public sector parasites.
Spoken like an edgy teenager.

And yet we all know if you badly injured yourself and there was no one else around, you’d reach for the phone and beg public sector workers to help you.
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It's already opened up quite a few jobs in the cabinet
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