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A job is a job: The Candidates Perspective
A general view of how workers at the lower paid end of the job market view jobs and new job offers.

Practical vrs Unrealistic Recruitment
This article is aimed at highlighting a small sample of real life examples from employers that we classify under unrealistic staff recruitment requests.

Brexit Employment News Links
This gives employers an idea of what is happening in their industry or the job market more generally.

NHS and Care Homes after Brexit
The question is what effect a British exit (Brexit) from the European Union (EU) might have on care homes for the aged in the United Kingdom (UK). Even before enactment of the European Union Referendum Act 2015, there was a chronic shortage of UK nursing care homes and healthcare workers generally due to low pay, chronic stress, and poor morale.

Minimum wage in Euros across 22 EU countries
The table in this article as compiled by Europa.eu gives employers the range of nominal minimum wages expressed in Euros across most EU countries. However, what it does not show employers is the very different cost of living across countries. The UK for example has one of the highest costs of living, especially in London and the South East

Differences in Minimum Wage compared across Europe
Many countries in Europe operate under a set statutory minimum wage that ensure that workers get paid a reasonable salary. The minimum wage is important as it prevents the exploitation of such people by unscrupulous businesses and employers. Also, one can know the least amount to expect when they apply for a job for the day.

Nursing homes struggle to fill vacancies as nurses from Eastern Europe opt for Germany
The opening of the UK positions to workers in eastern EU countries has meant that positions in nursing homes were opened up to Polish and Romanian nurses, and their proportion within the nursing home workforce increased as a result. Migration has continued to a point where migrant staff now makes up a significant proportion of medical staff in the UK. In fact, a recent poll by think tank 'British Future' found that almost 3 quarters of respondents believed that the NHS simply wouldn't be able to survive in it's current form without foreign doctors and nurses.

Could the UK Healthcare system survive without EU Nurses and Carers?
In 2004 European Parliament and the Council Directives made certain provisions for Eastern European countries from the A8 to join the EU. Part of this influx has been EU Nurses and EU Care Workers who can work in the UK and provide quality labour skills.

Spanish Nurses move to UK as Spain's economy falters
Spainís unemployment rate is especially worst, amongst the youth. According to a BBC report, in early January 2013 the countryís official statistics set the unemployment figures at 26% or 6 million people with youths representing 55% of this number. The high number was attributed to prolonged recession and massive spending cuts by the Spanish authorities. Meanwhile the UK, unemployment figures continued on a downward trend, despite few notable fluctuations. The Office for National Statistics in UK indicates that the unemployment rates for December-to-January 2013 stood at a solid 7.2%.

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