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Brexit May Take a charge on Tech Jobs in the UK and EU

Brexit May Take a charge on Tech Jobs in the UK and EU

Jul 27,2016

United Kingdom (UK) and European Union (EU) job seekers and recruiters got principally unanticipated jolt with Britain’s vote to exit the EU. Including immigration policies could have a significant impact on the technology sector.

Another major international online job site, indeed, says it saw the number of UK users of its service seeing for opportunities in other European countries double in the 48 hours that followed the Brexit vote, retroversion in normal job search patterns. 

 

SKILL SHORTAGES

Immigrants to the UK are considerably more fair to be highly educated than either natives or migrants to other countries. Industry analysis in the 2016 EU Digital Scoreboard that measure the progress of all EU member states, also notes that “the UK is lacking skilled [information and communications technology] professionals.

A survey of more than 2,000 recruitment professionals in the UK by CV-Library, organized a week before the June 23 referendum (but not focused on the technology sector), indicate respondents are concerned about the effect of Brexit on access to skilled workers.

 

INDIA GIVES THE UK A MIXED REVIEW

However, in the longer run, Brexit could lead to harden India-UK economic relationship as the UK seeks to compensate for the loss of preferred access to EU markets. It could become more open to high-skilled immigration from other non-EU countries, including India.

 

COMPANIES’ VIEWS

Most companies, which could take a hit on several levels, have been cautious in their response to Brexit.

 

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