UK plans to ease immigration rules for labor-deficient industries

In his speech at the British Chambers of Commerce Annual Conference, Hunt emphasized that the immigration issue is the main factor in the Brexit deal.

“This was a decision to transform our economy model from borderless and low-skilled immigrants to a high-skilled and salaried economy,” Hunt said. said.

Pointing out that immigrants can still play a role in the workforce while evaluating the employment potential of UK businesses in the country, Hunt said:

“We will always be pragmatic. For example, we have included nursing homes on the list of sectors with labor shortages, as well as some areas of the construction sector… We continue to negotiate with other sectors. In sectors where there is a labor shortage, we can ease immigration rules in the short term. We will be logical and pragmatic about immigration criteria in sectors where challenges are experienced, while utilizing our potential.”

After the UK’s departure from the European Union (EU), many EU citizens returned to their countries, leading to a labor shortage in the main sectors in the UK. The government, on the other hand, aims to control and reduce immigration to the country.

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