1/3 of them are already working.
B.S.... and even if that wete true thats a 66% unemployment rate. thats pathetic. the reason why is the large benefits they receive makr them not want to work. i cant think of any Europeans who have a 2/3 unemployment rate, granted thats a bs number but eben if it were true, anywhere in europe. youd never see 2 put of 3 poles unemployed in uk, germany, usa, etc
99% of asylum seekers are unemployed amd expected to be for 5 plus years and 3/4 of migrants are unemployed and expected to be for 5 plus years
ft.com/content/022de0a4-54f4-11e7-9fed-c19e2700005fAydan Özoğuz, commissioner for immigration, refugees and integration, told the Financial Times that only a quarter to a third of the newcomers would enter the labour market over the next five years, and "for many others we will need up to 10".
so much for your long term economic benefit arguement...
lets not forget the tens of billions germany also spends on these people who arent even eu citizens
20 bil in 2016 alone. nope not an economic burden at all. thats why merkel is jealously guarding them and not telling other countries to share the burden. more money is spent on these freeloaders majority of whom have no wish to work anytime soon as the numbers above prove as they receive more money and have more taxpayer provided housing, education, food, healthcare, etc than any sand box from which they came
also from ftOne in four refugees is now officially registered as having a job, a significant improvement from the numbers one year ago.
lol 75% unemployment is an improvement... sad...About 80 per cent of adult refugees who came in 2015 arrived with neither an university education or vocational training, limiting the range of jobs that were available to them.
so much for merkels claim that doctors and engineers are pouring in..
Institute for employment research states 'despite the recent improvement, the refugee population is still far less likely than other foreigners to find work in Germany. The unemployment rate across the entire foreign population is 13.8 per cent. Among EU nationals, it is just 8.4 per cent.'
so like i said, other eu residents have 8% unemployment - never would you be in a country where a pl or romanian or whatever expat are 2/3 or 3/4 unemployed.