Brexit Booming: Hiring And Pay Rise While Supply Of Cheap Foreign Workers Falls [VIDEO]

This is the good that Brexit is bringing. Look at Scotland. Job growth is through the roof as low-wage labor is tapering off. Wages have gone up as well. It’s the same kind of thing the Democrats and progressive Republicans are pulling here in the US with keeping the southern border with Mexico open. Cheap labor keeps flowing in taking jobs from Americans and repressing wages. Scotland is an excellent example of what happens when you stop that insanity.

As usual, the media and the elites simply don’t get it. That will never change. With EU workers packing their bags and leaving, this can only improve things in Britain. Brexit was the very best thing that could have happened to them. Both permanent and temporary jobs are up and wages are at a 10-month high. That didn’t happen with the EU and their open borders. But nevertheless, the Marxists are denying what is happening before their very eyes. They always do.

From Breitbart:

As the supply of low-wage labour from the European Union dwindles, Scotland has experienced a “steep increase” in permanent and temporary job hires, with salary growth reaching a 10-month high at the beginning of the third quarter.

Brexit campaigners have long argued that unscrupulous employers have been the only real beneficiaries of Free Movement and mass immigration, and that a better-controlled system would see pay and working conditions improve.

The Brussels-based New Europe newspaper acknowledges that the new data in the HIS Markit Report on Jobs is “positive”, but claims it is “overshadowed by reports that European Union workers are packing their bags ahead of Brexit” — without appearing to consider that the two might be linked.

“Although slightly below the rest of the UK, permanent placements are rising rapidly in Scotland. Starting salaries are also increasing, so for workers who want to boost their earnings, now is a good time to consider moving job,” said Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC) chief executive Kevin Green.

Even with the great news, Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC) chief executive Kevin Green praised it and then started complaining: “It’s clear that employers are having to work even harder to fill jobs as vacancies rise and candidate availability shrinks [and] parts of the economy most reliant on European workers are under even more pressure as many EU workers return home.” Then they shouldn’t be reliant on cheap, slave labor, now should they? Tough cookies.

Green made it clear employers were “not just struggling to hire the brightest and the best but also people to fill roles such as chefs, drivers and warehouse workers.” As the market opens back up, supply and demand will dictate who gets what job and what the pay will be. That’s a good thing. They’ll have far more qualified candidates and less trouble hiring their own citizens. He added: “We can’t ignore the importance of our relationship with the EU to employers. If we want to keep our jobs market successful and vibrant, we must make it easier, not harder, for employers to access the people they need.” Bull crap.

Spoken like a true progressive who doesn’t understand capitalism in the least. He’s a slave to socialism in his heart and mind. It’s death to a country. Unemployment in Scotland has fallen to its lowest rate since comparable records began since the Brexit referendum, and stands at its joint-lowest rate since 1975 across the wider United Kingdom — despite claims by George Osborne and Treasury officials that a Leave vote would throw 500,000 people out of work. Does that look like they are struggling? Or that they need the EU? Nope.

Terresa Monroe-Hamilton

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