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#10 - just wondering why you mean it will not be any jobs the coming…  [+] (12 replies) 06/24/2016 on Referendum Twits Pt 3 +20
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#12 - slyve (06/24/2016) [-]
As far as i am aware, 3.5 Million Jobs in the UK depend in some form or another on their membership in the EU. There is also lots of brits working elsewhere in the EU. If they leave, those will come back and jobs will be in even shorter supply. They will also stop receiving EU Research funding and development aid for poorer regions.

They stand to lose a lot in this. Only things to gain that seems plausible at this point is... They'll be on their own. Apparently, they things this is a good thing.

This is gonna get bad real fast if you ask me. For the sake of the British people, i hope I'm wrong, though.
#119 - creatine (06/25/2016) [-]
There is absolutely no reason to believe the brits working elsewhere in europe will loose their jobs and be booted back to England.
They are just gonna have to apply for visas, not the end of the world.
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#129 - slyve (06/25/2016) [-]
GB just gave them finger and told the EU to fuck itself. Or rather, they are about to. The actual terms for leaving will then be negotiated over the next couple of years. The EU won't just say "well, okay, we're just gonna go fuck ourselves, then. Do whatever you want"

I don't think the Brits will get a very good deal our of this. IF the EU gives in easily, many more countries will follow, at that point, Putin can do whatever the fuck he wants. Everyone can basically do what they want if the EU starts squabbling with themselves again. We're all gonna be weak as fuck.

I still don't see how that is a good thing. We're gonna be divided and economically weakened. No one will be in a good position when it comes to trading.
#135 - creatine (06/25/2016) [-]
And since I forgit to mention it, the idea that we will be weaker withoit the eu is just wrong. We would be much stromger killing off the EU and remaking the original trade agreement.
#132 - creatine (06/25/2016) [-]
Even the germans think that they are on the loosing end of Brexit.
A lot of EU nations DEPEND of export to the UK in order to maintain their own economy and as a resoult the EU can't just say "go fuck yourself" and hope for the best. Doing that will create a much worse situation financially in europe and create more reasons for others to follow Britain.
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#156 - slyve (06/25/2016) [-]
I really hope i am wrong in this and you guys are correct.
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#157 - slyve (06/25/2016) [-]
I mean you guy. Thought for a second there were 2 different people replying.
#84 - anon (06/25/2016) [-]
Make-work jobs aren't the same as productive jobs. You could employ every single person by having everybody dig ditches, but then nothing actually gets done. Most of those 3.5 million jobs are bureaucratic make-work that is the intellectual equivalent of digging random ditches. They are paid through taxes, which means that losing those jobs will create surpluses that create opportunity for other possibly more productive occupations to open up.
#46 - anon (06/24/2016) [-]
Are you implying those 3.5 million jobs will cease to exist? And if not who will continue to work them? Whom do these positions go to if the British citizens are suddenly out jobs?

I'm sincerely trying to understand what will happen to these 3.5 million jobs, not just being cheeky.
#59 - anon (06/25/2016) [-]
I think what Slyve is saying is that these 3.5 million UK jobs are dependent on the UK being part of the EU. So now that the UK has voted to leave, those jobs will no longer be available due to lack of UK's EU membership.

Furthermore, he's saying that there are so many Brits working abroad within the EU, and now many of them will be forced to return to Britain. Thousands forced to return to a job market now potentially short 3.5 million jobs. So I feel like these jobs will basically cease to exist, because they're EU jobs. With the UK out now, so too will those jobs be.
#80 - anon (06/25/2016) [-]
yes i'm sure that other countries wont make a trade agreement or anything, they all just have to leave
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#13 - shadovfox (06/24/2016) [-]
it can go both ways. i can see the good in security by staying, but the opportunities might be tempting. yes we dont know how it goes. for all we know it can go really well. and i see the problem with work immigration. if you are on the lower scale of paylist, your job is the one on line when there are workers who do the same job but cheaper, since they only are for a couple of months. but again as you said, all EU related work now disappears and many trading deals might disappear