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No Lack Of Talent Says Hays

No Lack Of Talent Says Hays

The Government has brought into place the new tier 2 immigration points system which cover skilled and temporary workers and will sweep aside over 30 previous schemes including the older work permit system.

As part of the announcement the government is releasing a list of occuptations where shortages exists in the UK including jobs such as skilled sheep shearers, frozen fish filleters and ballet dancers, however, key positions are: Civil engineers, maths and science teachers, skilled senior care workers.

Tim Cook, Managing Director of Hays UK & Ireland, comments: "The announcement underlines the growing levels of labour mobility on a global level. The skills shortages shown in the government's list generally reinforce the trends in the UK employment market that we're seeing right now - most notably a serious shortage of teachers across all disciplines. Hays is expecting a number of new teachers to come from Australia, New Zealand and Canada.
The inclusion of a number of engineering professions on the list means Hays will be able to help key British companies in specialist sectors focus on bolstering their skills pool and ensuring they have the best people to stay competitive in the tough year ahead. Lack of available talent should not inhibit the UK economy further."

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