Review of migrant employment in low-skilled work
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The Migration Advisory Committee has put out a call for evidence for its review of low-skilled migrant employment in the UK.
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In May 2013, the Minister for Immigration asked the Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) to advise on the issue of low-skilled work migration, the factors driving it and the resulting economic and social impacts.
Specifically the Minister asked the MAC to:
to consider the labour market, economic and social impacts on the UK and specifically on British workers, drawing on and updating earlier »work in this area. In particular, the MAC is asked to research the growth of migrant labour, distinguishing where possible between EEA and non-EEA migrants, in low skilled sectors of the UK economy and the factors driving this.