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Daily review 22/03/2017

Written By: - Date published: 5:30 pm, March 22nd, 2017 - 11 comments
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11 comments on “Daily review 22/03/2017 ”

  1. Red Hand 1

    Net gain in migrants Feb. 2017 year 71,300. I’ve personally met scaffolders, painters, Lab Technologists, a Doctor and sat with the Indian hospitality trainees on the train. The locals have either left or are not motivated or trained to do these jobs.
    http://www.stats.govt.nz/browse_for_stats/population/Migration/IntTravelAndMigration_HOTPFeb17.aspx

    • JanM 1.1

      If not trained, why not? What’s happened to our education system?

    • Sabine 1.2

      funny thing about lab techs.. My ex mother in law worked for a NZ laboratory and one of her many duties was hiring lab techs.

      Well guess what, the kiwis have neither given up, but they all left. Why? High student loans, high living costs, shit wages.
      But the guys from Indonesia? well, they saw it from their perspective, high student loans, high cost of living, but good wages in NZ.

      Same with the doctors. As for hospitality, that is just undermining wages in NZ.

      But hey, it must be good for someone so surely lets bring another 71,300 in the country, to work our low wage jobs and pay our mortgages err rents. While the kiwi can either migrate or die in a ditch – these hopeless, useless drug taking cases.

      • exkiwiforces 1.2.1

        It’s across all sectors now and back in the 90’s, I was a doing farm cadetship a time when the National’s stop industry base funding in the 90’s. I was told to get a student loan, so I did the sums and realize I was on the path to nowhere. So I managed to join the army which wasn’t much better either at the time, so I saved would I could and moved to Oz in 97.

  2. Gabby 2

    Sad commentary on shitty kiwi employers eh rude hund.

  3. mickysavage 3

    So who saw Key’s valedictory speech? Call me biased but it was very underwhelming …

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