windsportinperu wrote:I would like you to prove that Spain can actually receive thousands and thousands of new migrants..
I went to Spain in 2014 to look for a job. I applied for at least 750 jobs.
I speak fluent Spanish and a few other languages. I have experience in sales, restaurants, hotels, aviation.
I am prepared to work nights, weekends, overtime and I would accepted the low Spanish wages.
And I was prepared to relocate to anywhere in Spain. And as an EU citizen, I am legally entitled to work in Spain without any restrictions.
Still, I couldn't find a job.
So, do you think that thousands of low skilled South American immigrants who don't have the legal right to work in EU will be an asset?
windsportinperu wrote:I said they would be better doing in developed EU economies that are in need for young people, as their societies are full of old people - true or false?
Factories moved to the Far East, supermarkets are introducing self check outs, shops selling clothes/white goods/electronics are disappearing as people buy on the internet, banks are closing offices as they want their customers to use internet banking...
And most of those young people moving to the EU are low skilled and aren't even interested in working. They know that some EU countries offer free housing, healthcare and generous welfare benefits.
That's the reason why they move to Scandinavia, France, UK, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Holland,...
They don't go to Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece, Latvia, Lithuania because those countries won't give them free housing and high unemployments benefits.