highly skilled worker

highly skilled worker

A former Home Office (UK) term for a skilled professional who is not a British citizen or a member of the EU, whose entry into the UK as a temporary or permanent resident is facilitated due to a shortage of workers in a particular area of expertise.
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6 Hourly rates vary from the minimum wage of PS6.31 for 21-plus, PS5.03 aged 18 to 20, and PS3.72 under 18, to about PS25 for a highly skilled worker in, say, accounts or engineering.
Her father-in-law is Ronnie Wood "I can guarantee you this, we will do everything to prevent a no-deal Brexit, we will do everything to challenge this Government, and we will do it at a time of our choosing" Jeremy Corbyn "I don't think the UK Government should pursue a no-deal Brexit and, if it comes to it, I won't support it" Ruth Davidson, Scottish Tory leader "Free from the shackles of the EU - and an automatic right of entry for their citizens, with or without work - we will be able to give the type of preference to brilliant scientists, academics and highly skilled workers that we want to see more of" Home Secretary Priti Patel promising a new immigration policy
Trump's bold new ideas for legal immigration to the U.S., including having these individuals be concentrated on highly skilled workers, along with having a good knowledge of the English language, and being able to pass a civics test, one point seems to jump out at me.
Records show that as of June 2018, there were about 280,000 Filipinos residing and working in Japan, with around 34,000 working as professional and highly skilled workers.
But they and their armies of highly skilled workers are reeling from a host of factors.
'These are highly skilled workers so let us make use of their strategic value as a specialized team.
Highly skilled workers can play a pivotal role in the production of additional goods, thereby enhancing capital formation to subsequently increase economic growth.
Interior minister, Sajid Javid, later said Britain will bring in a salary threshold for highly skilled workers' visas as part of its post-Brexit immigration system.
Businesses across the UAE need to plan ahead for the next few years as the shortage of highly skilled workers in the region will result in a substantial increase in salaries, experts predicted.
Salaries for highly skilled workers could boom as talent shortages take hold across the Middle East, according to The Salary Surge, a new study by Korn Ferry.
Summary: The supply of highly skilled workers is falling short of demand
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