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Desafio || Motivacion para Tiempos Dificiles https://juanrodulfo.com/desafio-motivacion-para-tiempos-dificiles/ Sat, 22 Feb 2020 15:03:54 +0000 https://juanrodulfo.com/desafio-motivacion-para-tiempos-dificiles/ Si estas pasando por un desafio, si estas pasando por un problema, esta motivacion es para ti. 🔴Recibe cada Semana Nuevos Videos Suscribete ➤ http://bit.ly/másconocimiento ✅✅ Ayudarnos a Continuar ➤ http://www.paypal.me/conocimiento1111 HA LLEGADO LA HORA DE HACER TUS SUEÑOS REALIDAD.- #ConocimientoparaTodos, #Motivación, #MotivacionPersonal ====================================================== 🎤 Presentador || Reinaldo Aguila https://bit.ly/2LI1rnh 🎶 Musica Original || Envato […]

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U.K.’s New Immigration Rules Will Restrict Low-Skilled Workers – The New York Times https://juanrodulfo.com/u-k-s-new-immigration-rules-will-restrict-low-skilled-workers-the-new-york-times/ Fri, 21 Feb 2020 13:04:22 +0000 https://juanrodulfo.com/u-k-s-new-immigration-rules-will-restrict-low-skilled-workers-the-new-york-times/ LONDON — To a chorus of complaints from employers, Britain said on Wednesday that it would slam the door on low-skilled workers as it moved to cut overall immigration by locking migrants from Europe and elsewhere out of sectors like catering, construction, senior care and hospitality. Under new post-Brexit rules starting next January, migrants will have […]

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LONDON — To a chorus of complaints from employers, Britain said on Wednesday that it would slam the door on low-skilled workers as it moved to cut overall immigration by locking migrants from Europe and elsewhere out of sectors like catering, construction, senior care and hospitality.

Under new post-Brexit rules starting next January, migrants will have to meet a number of criteria to qualify for a work visa, including specific skills and an ability to speak English.

Applicants will also be required to have a job offer with a minimum salary threshold of £25,600, about $33,300. (Salary requirements are lower for certain job categories with critical shortages, such as nursing.)

That was lower than the £30,000 figure that some employers feared. But it could nonetheless have a chilling effect on recruitment for jobs that Britons seem to want to avoid, and at a time when many economists say the country is effectively at full employment.

The changes are a remarkable turnaround for Britain, which in 2004 voluntarily opened its labor markets to citizens of former Communist nations that had joined the European Union — even while those workers remained barred for years from jobs in countries like Germany and France.

Immigration was one of the driving forces behind the 2016 Brexit referendum. And after that vote, immigration from within continental Europe dropped. But with more migrants now coming to Britain from outside the European Union than from within the bloc, the Conservative government has continually failed to make good on its promises to cut net migration levels.

On Wednesday, the government said that it would prioritize people with skills and that employers would have to wean themselves off a seemingly inexhaustible supply of cheap labor.

Britain suffers from poor productivity growth, and some economists believe that a ready supply of cheap foreign labor has discouraged companies from investing in technology.

Immigration opponents contend that it has also helped suppress wages for manual workers, whose earnings have stagnated. And they note that because Britain’s welfare system is easy to gain access to (if not particularly generous by European standards), government payments for low earning workers may have subsidized poorly paid non-Britons to the benefit of their employers.

In response, the government is trying to alter the composition of the migrant work force, tilting it toward people with greater skills.

“Today is a historic moment for the whole country,” the home secretary, Priti Patel, whose portfolio includes immigration, said in a statement. “We’re ending free movement, taking back control of our borders and delivering on the people’s priorities by introducing a new U.K. points-based immigration system, which will bring overall migration numbers down.”

She said the new system would “attract the brightest and the best from around the globe, boosting the economy and our communities, and unleash this country’s full potential.”

The more than three million immigrants from the European Union now in Britain will be allowed to stay, while a visa scheme for fruit pickers and other farm workers will be expanded in time for the 2020 harvest from 2,500 to 10,000 places.

But with the British economy close to full employment, many companies are less concerned with attracting the best and brightest than with filling vacant positions.

Employers have long argued that they cannot recruit local people to fill vacancies. In 2017, the fast-casual food chain Pret a Manger said that only one in 50 applicants for jobs in its restaurants was British.

“In some sectors, firms will be left wondering how they will recruit the people needed to run their businesses,” Carolyn Fairbairn, the director general of the Confederation of British Industry, the country’s main business lobby group, said in a statement. “With already low unemployment, firms in care, construction, hospitality, food and drink could be most affected,” she said.

The government’s argument that companies should invest in training Britons was no answer to the challenges posed by sectors reliant on low-skilled labor, Ms. Fairbairn said.

“Firms know that hiring from overseas and investing in the skills of their work force and new technologies is not an ‘either or’ choice.” she said. “Both are needed to drive the economy forward.”

As if to make that point, while the government announced its migration plans, it also claimed credit for the health of the jobs market. The employment rate is at a record high of 76.5 percent, while youth unemployment has almost halved since 2010 — dropping from 939,000 to 481,000 — the Treasury said.

But as much as putting more Britons to work, the government seems intent on driving down the number of immigrants, even though concerns about immigration seem to have subsided since 2016.

It estimates that 70 percent of European Union workers currently in Britain would not have met the new requirements, and that therefore the overall number of immigrants should fall in the future.

As for the needs of employers, Ms. Patel said that there were more than 8.45 million people age 16 to 64 who were classified as economically inactive in Britain, and that the government wanted “businesses to invest in them, invest in skilling them up.”

That could be easier said than done. More than six million of those people are say they are students, have a long-term illness or are looking after family or home. According to Britain’s Office for National Statistics, 6.6 million say they do not want a paid job, as opposed to nearly 1.9 million who say they would like to work.

Scotland’s first minister, Nicola Sturgeon, said it was “impossible to overstate how devastating” the policy would be to Scotland because of the country’s need to attract workers from abroad.

Donald Macaskill, the chief executive of Scottish Care, which represents independent care providers, told BBC Scotland that the government had “not listened” to his group’s concerns and that the new rules would put the care sector at risk.

The Institute for Economic Affairs, a free market research institute, said that a points-based immigration system was likely to have unintended consequences.

“Businesses need a variety of workers — with a range of skills and salary expectations — and are better placed than the state to decide what is missing from the current labor market,” said the institute’s head of political economy, Kristian Niemietz.

“The decision to reduce the salary threshold from £30,000 to £25,600 is a welcome move,” he said in a statement. “However, by deliberately focusing on limiting low-skilled migration, the scheme is likely to have a significant negative impact on staffing levels in many industries, including the care system, construction and hospitality, especially in the short-term.”

Others argued that the policy would set back social justice. Mandu Reid, the leader of the Women’s Equality Party, said Britain’s government had ignored warnings that such a system would “disadvantage women because of the global gender pay gap.”

The policy would also worsen the problems of the care sector, she said, with worker shortages possibly limiting the number of available slots, which in turn could force women to quit their jobs to become unpaid carers.

Diane Abbott, who speaks for the opposition Labour Party on home affairs, told the BBC that the announcement sent a “toxic” message that immigration was a bad thing.

Writing on Twitter, she added that it was a “conjurer’s trick” because most net migration to Britain was now from outside the European Union.

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Nevada Is The First Diverse State To Vote In 2020. Democrats Barely Discussed Immigration In The Debate There. – BuzzFeed News https://juanrodulfo.com/nevada-is-the-first-diverse-state-to-vote-in-2020-democrats-barely-discussed-immigration-in-the-debate-there-buzzfeed-news/ Fri, 21 Feb 2020 13:04:20 +0000 https://juanrodulfo.com/nevada-is-the-first-diverse-state-to-vote-in-2020-democrats-barely-discussed-immigration-in-the-debate-there-buzzfeed-news/ LAS VEGAS — Days before the presidential caucus in Nevada, the first significantly diverse state to weigh in on the 2020 primary, candidates on the stage at Wednesday’s Democratic debate only briefly discussed immigration, amounting to one question followed by immigration protesters drowning out Joe Biden’s closing statement. Moderators waited until the final twenty minutes […]

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LAS VEGAS — Days before the presidential caucus in Nevada, the first significantly diverse state to weigh in on the 2020 primary, candidates on the stage at Wednesday’s Democratic debate only briefly discussed immigration, amounting to one question followed by immigration protesters drowning out Joe Biden’s closing statement.

Moderators waited until the final twenty minutes of the two hour debate to ask a direct question about immigration — and when they did, it centered around DACA, the program for young immigrants brought to the US illegally as children which the Trump administration has attempted to rescind, and Democrats have a consensus that they will work to protect and further.

“About 700,000 young people known as Dreamers, or Sonadores, who were brought to this country as children, are currently protected from deportation because of a program that is now under the review by the Supreme Court,” Noticias Telemundo senior correspondent Vanessa Hauc asked Sen. Amy Klobuchar. “If the court sides with the Trump administration, which is eager to end this protection, what exactly is your plan to protect the Dreamers permanently?”

“To win, to beat Donald Trump. The best way to protect the Dreamers is to have a new president. There are the votes there to protect the Dreamers. And I have been working on this since I got to the United States Senate. In my first campaign, I actually had a bunch of ads run against me because I was standing up for immigrants,” Klobuchar replied. She added that the next president should “pass comprehensive immigration reform, which creates a path to citizenship to so many hard-working people, will bring down the deficit by $158 billion, and will bring peace for these Dreamers.”

Pete Buttigieg then challenged Klobuchar over voting to confirm Kevin McAleenan, Trump’s nominee for head of Customs and Border Protection, and for having once voted to make English the national language.

“When it comes to immigration reform, the things that you are referring to, that official that you are referring to was supported by about half the Democrats, including someone in this room. And I will say this: He was highly recommended by the Obama officials,” Klobuchar said, adding that she worked on a 2013 comprehensive immigration reform bill — ”I’m sorry that Senator Sanders actually opposed that bill, and I worked on it. And if we had gotten that bill done, there would have been a path to citizenship for so many people.”

Sanders voted in favor of the 2013 bill after opposing the first reform bill in 2007. He has been criticized for pushing against measures in both bills, but has defended his 2007 vote because he says that bill included measures that would have given employers additional leeway to abuse immigrant workers.

Sanders and Biden have been neck-and-neck with Latino voters in polls for months. Sanders has received endorsements from two major immigrant rights groups so far, while Biden has drawn protests over his refusal to directly apologize for mass deportations under the Obama administration, and for his immigration plan not being as progressive as Sanders’.

On Wednesday, protesters with immigrant rights group RAICES shouted down Biden during his closing statement, chanting “don’t look away,” “no kids in cages,” and referencing the three million deportations that occurred under Obama.

“For us it’s really, really frustrating to see that for the past three debates about imimmigration there has been zero conversation,” said Erika Andiola, chief advocacy officer for RAICES and a former staffer on Sanders’ 2016 campaign. “Now that it’s Nevada, it’s really for voters in the state that’s so diverse, it has so many young people who are children of immigrants. Literally immigration came as the last issue and they ran out of time … we wanted to remind people and especially the Democratic Party and Biden that immigration is something we want to hear about.”

Andiola added that the group has invited all of the candidates to discuss immigration in Texas, but since none have agreed, “This was our way of saying, if they’re not going to comply, we’re going to come to you.”

The group specifically wanted to speak to Biden, she said, because of his defense of the Obama administration record, his policies, and because his campaign has been saying that they’re relying on voters of color in states more diverse than Iowa and New Hampshire to keep their campaign afloat.

Biden, after being interrupted by the RAICES protesters, said “I think it’s important that on day one, day one, we deal with sending an immigration bill to the desk. The only person in here that has a worse record on immigration is Bernie, because Bernie voted against the 2007 bill … had, in fact, that immigration bill passed, there would be, 6 million members would be now American citizens.”

“Unfortunately, LULAC, among other groups, Latino groups, saw that bill having provisions akin to slavery, Joe,” Sanders responded.

Earlier in the night, another immigrant rights group, Make the Road Action, unfurled a banner near the debate venue calling for ICE to be dismantled and for an end to deportations. Make the Road Action endorsed Sanders last month.

“I was really disappointed by how little time and how simple the question on immigration was,” said Leo Murrieta, director of Make the Road Action Nevada.

“It’s a disservice to immigrants and to immigrant families,” he added.

Murrieta said he wanted to hear the candidates pushed on aspects of immigration like decriminalizing border crossings and the way ICE and CBP work. Some of those topics came up in earlier debates because then-candidate Julián Castro brought them up.

Another major immigrant rights group, founded by DACA recipients, United We Dream Action, protested Biden at the last debate in Des Moines.

“Tonight’s conversation on immigration was not substantive, especially in a state as diverse as Nevada,” said Greisa Martinez Rosas, UWD Action’s deputy executive director and a DACA recipient.

Nevada’s Latino and Asian American communities are rapidly growing groups of voters, and hold particular sway here as members of the state’s powerful unions. Latinos are expected to add up to around 20 percent of caucusgoers on Saturday.

Curtailing immigration and targeting immigrants already in the US continues to be a central plank of President Donald Trump’s policy agenda and reelection campaign.

“As the Supreme Court weighs a decision on DACA, the sole immigration question was spent on Amy Klobuchar who hasn’t even released an immigration plan,” Martinez said. “What we need from a presidential candidate is for them not only to say they are the anti-Trump. They need to present a vision that moves away from stale talking points on immigration about ‘comprehensive immigration reform.’ That hasn’t worked and these candidates need to move on!”

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