October 16, 2007


Migrants in Britain - the official verdict (Richard Ford, 10/17/07, Times of London)

Migrants are more reliable and harder working than British-born workers and are boosting economic output by £6 billion a year, according to a government study published yesterday.

Immigrants have a better work ethic than the British and are willing to work longer hours with less time off sick. Weekly mean earnings of migrants are also £60 higher than their UK counterparts.

Posted by Orrin Judd at October 16, 2007 7:43 PM
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