July 31, 2018
The Czech Republic recorded the highest employment rate for non-EU migrants, with fellow patriotic Visegrád nations not far behind, according to new EU statistics showing France and Belgium at the bottom of the pile.
Data published by Eurostat Monday showed that 63 percent of non-EU migrants aged 20 to 64 were in employment last year, compared to 73 percent of people of working age who were born within the bloc.
While the Czech Republic has been characterised by some as a bastion of racism and intolerance due to its refusal to take part in EU asylum seeker-sharing schemes, and criticism of Brussels’ open borders approach to illegal immigration, it recorded the highest employment rate for non-European migrants, at 79 percent, followed by Romania where the figure stood at 76 percent.
The country’s fellow Visegrád nations, all of which have taken a stand against mass third world migration and resisted demands from Brussels to resettle illegal immigrant arrivals living in Greece and Italy at taxpayers’ expense, saw similarly impressive employment rates for non-EU migrants, standing at 73 in Poland, 72 in Hungary, and 71 in Slovakia.
This article was posted: Tuesday, July 31, 2018 at 6:29 am