1. You are twice as likely to be out of a job in the Eurozone
than in the UK, says latest job figures from official EU statistics authority.
2. Young Greeks (under 25) are 7 times more likely to be jobless
than in Germany. The rate in Greece is now 48.9%
3. In the last 3 years the UK has created more jobs than the rest of the EU put together
. It seems logical that the UK is better than the EU for jobs and will do better still when we’re not being held back.
4. Over 2 million EU migrants now have UK jobs
and this is increasing every year. Because of EU ‘free movement’ rules, EU migrants have the automatic right to come and work in the UK. British jobs are increasingly likely to be taken by an EU migrant.
5. In four years’ time the UK will have an extra 1.9 million EU immigrants with NI numbers
enabling them to work here legally, according to Government data and assuming current trends.
6. It’s common sense that stopping or slowing the growth in uncontrolled EU migration will mean more jobs for UK workers
and will mean that employers can’t continue to keep wages artificially low.
Leave the EU – For More British Jobs and Better British Wages.
[Sources: EU Eurostat official unemployment figures, 2000 – 2015. ONS Employment Tables 2016. DWP: NINo Registrations To Adult Overseas Nationals Entering The UK. Testimony of Lord Rose (Chmn, Britain Stronger in Europe) to Treasury Select Committee, 02 Mar 2016.]