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Saturday, 30 June 2012
BRITISH JOBS FOR BRITISH WORKERS ? WE HAVE HEARD IT BEFORE
BORIS Johnson yesterday announced an official inquiry into why
foreigners are finding work here when so many British youngsters are out
of a job.
In his first move
since being re-elected Mayor of London last week, he said: “We need to
hear an honest and unflinching account from the employers.”
weekly column, he wrote: “Why do immigrant workers seem to look at a
job in McDonald’s or Starbucks as a stepping stone, while some who were
born here apparently regard it as a dead end?
“Is the problem just to do with pay and conditions? Is it really true that immigrants will work harder for less?
“Is there really a difference in the ‘work ethic’, or is that an urban myth?”
Latest figures from the Office for National Statistics show the number
of foreigners in work in Britain rose by 166,000 last year. That is the
same figure as the fall in the number of British-born workers in
The jobless total is 2.65 million – with one in
five of those out of work aged 16 to 25 – while an estimated 2.5 million
foreigners are now working in the UK.
Is there really a difference in the ‘work ethic’, or is that an urban myth
Boris Johnson's column
Tory Boris, who beat Labour’s Ken Livingstone to become Mayor, said his
plans for investing cash in transport, housing and inner-city
regeneration will help create 200,000 jobs in London.
“The trouble is – as many people have pointed out to me – that London’s
formidable job-creating powers do not always seem to involve the
creation of jobs for native Londoners.”
Critics had complained
it was “unfair” to ask young Londoners to compete against “Polish
graduates”. He vowed to expand his apprenticeship programme by 250,000.