Thursday, 14 October 2010

When Job Creation is Bad

You'd think that the creation of at least 30,000 new jobs over the next five years would be good news, right? Wrong.

MigrationWatch are suggesting that over the next five year there will be another 550,000 students in primary and secondary school in the UK resulting from immigration. According to the ONS the average number of pupils per teacher is 17.6 meaning that these extra students will create 31,250 new teaching jobs. Of course, far more jobs will be created and work generated.

However, since the taxpayer must foot the bill for those new jobs rather than the parents paying fees, the result is that all this job creation is apparently bad.

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