Canada is seeking numbers of able but idle work force of Europe
"Canada should not neglect the able but unemployed work force of Europe seeking living both in their homeland and foreign. "
Spain has been the first country last year facing the bitter economic upset so is the rate of joblessness in that country, while the same is the case for many European countries. A number of idle but able workforces are looking for a place to start their life again while a heap of opportunity is present in Canada.
Recent analysis done by international journalist Mathew Fisher has shown a large percentage of very able but jobless persons are lingering in the Eurozone. The reason is the economic crisis which has hampered the economy last year and is still poignant this year.
Fisher stresses that Canada should have taken lead while the economic upset in Europe, lodging of their more able work force as soon as possible. For example Spain is the worst case last year by their redundancy ratio above twenty two percent. Greece in this case leads Spain by their low but significant sixteen percent unemployment ratio.
If one considers only the countries in trouble neglecting the still prospering four nations like Germany, Austria, Holland and Finland. Then he would be amazed to see that the unemployment ratio in the Euro zone excluding above mentioned four is double than that of Canada’s recent year’s statistics of an above seven in ratios parts out of hundred.
This is even bitter for the youth under the age of twenty five for Europe, as Spain is the major country in this upset having a tall ratio of over forty nine percent and then Greece followed it by over forty six percent. This is only fifteen percent for Canada.
In view of the above alarming statistics, Canada’s Immigration Minister Jason Kenney has formulized a plane to accommodate over two-fifty thousand for the idle and able Europeans. He has stated that this motive is in national interest of the state and will serve better for the deprived and unemployed workforce of EU.
The main interest under this scheme will attract majority those persons who are good in English and French language, having good computer skills and also those able in production with solid perfunctory and methodical experience.
Fisher reported that he has been to length and breathed of Europe and has crossed several leading states of Euro Zone by train or by any other conveyance. What he found was too many complain from Europeans despite of their high education and skilled experience still deprived of modest living.
He found suitable evidence that people who had left Europe in search of good place to again start living; Canada was the ideal place of migration among several deprived natives on the EU.
By the change in the policies back in 1960 Canada became a welcoming spot for global incomers from several states and Europe too. This was the major case in pervious years when a large number of European among the leading Asians immigrants travels to Canada. The same was a rarity in the past decades.
But before 1960 the major flux of immigrants was from the European countries obviously. This consequently is the main reason why Europeans holds ninety percent of immigrant ratio in Canada than any other nations.
Presently a slight upsurge in case of EU émigrés has been reported but that is yet too being fixed as a significant measure. In the same way Fisher has praised that Canada has done a noble deed in giving opportunity for Europeans to come in their state, as will be good for tit because of the high skilled nature of Europeans in competition with the Asian much skilled and too able work force.