^That's keen... must have kept his passport dry too...
Just re-read this thread.... and don't get your point?poseidon;256092 said:i thought distant peak is a supporter of the eu freedom of movement and i was a nazi for wanting out of it. hmmmmmmmm im reading a lot of double standards here.
This is an old postHatari;179988 said:^ my thoughts - I can't think of any reason why General Prime Minister would consider easing restrictions; it will get worse as the push is on to work with their ASEAN relationships; see in today's news 800,000 workers from neighbouring countries are now fully legal to work here since May this this year; not all of them are labourers.
At present the #1 job for native English speakers is English teaching; the laws on that have toughened up hugely, especially in favour of schools employing Filipino teachers - who are paid the same rate as Thai teachers, generally around 15,000 baht per month
Look at the teaching site ajarn.com and how many schools now specify Filipino-only applicants
I don't know of any other occupation where there is genuinely a need/demand for large numbers of westerners?
Apart from bar owners intent on losing whatever size 'fortune' they bring with them!