Thursday, May 31, 2012

Immigration helps Employers and Hurts the Poorly Educated

Author Joost Niemoller claims in a new book that employers benefit from immigration and those who have been poorly educated become the victims of this. He adds that left-of-center political parties have been relatively silent about this, contrary to what is common in countries such as France and the U.K. The immigration has brought to the Netherlands cultural habits which split the country. Within a few years besides the many other non-Western immigrants, 300,000 Eastern Europeans have arrived and more may come. These people are a relative burden on the welfare state.

1 comment:

Shapiro said...

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