Wednesday, August 17, 2011

France cuts jobs for non-EU workers

   I follow many a socialist country in my efforts to learn about the culture and see how that way of governing is working. As of today, I see no reason to change my thinking as to keeping America free, shrinking our government, and keeping to a Republic, ruled by our Constitution.
  Today though I did FINALLY find an instance in France that might work and it would be with jobs.  I am all for immigration, legal immigration.  Unemployment checks from the government should not be a permanent substitute and are no replacement for work, any work.  The economy will stay slow for still a while and a new job for some might now mean you get up in the morning or come home early in the morning not to mention a lower pay scale.  That is the reality.

THE NUMBER of jobs open to non-EU citizens wishing to work in France has been slashed by more than half, under new measures designed to reduce immigration.
The interior ministry has published a shortened list of job categories in the Journal Officiel, reducing the areas where visas will be issued from 30 jobs to just 14.
Various construction-related jobs have been removed from the list, as have those relating to computing.
The categories that have survived are areas where there remains a shortage of French workers.
They include chemical, pharmaceutical and mechanical engineering, tele-sales, wood construction, glass work and financial auditing.
The reduced list does not affect people who have already settled legally in France, and does not apply to countries with whom France has signed an immigration agreement.
France issues about 20,000 working visas each year. EU citizens are free to move here without any formalities.


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