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One in six people said they wanted to work in London, while Britain as a whole came out as the world's second favourite place to work, just behind the US.
London welcomes talented people from around the world with open arms. According to research by New World Wealth, there are more $ millionaires in London (376,600 - 2.8% of the population) than New York, Tokyo, Singapore and Hong Kong. One in every 35 residents has more than $1 million to their name and the numbers are growing. The 2014 figure 376,600 was an increase of 36,600 over the figure for 2013. There are 840,000 millionaires living in the UK.
There are many great opportunities available in the UK (Britain) for the skilled foreigner.
Britain has an ageing society. About 20% of the population are pensioners. An ageing society has problems paying its pensions because there are less people of working age around.
To compound matters, there are less skilled people of working age around than needed. What can the government do?
One solution is to raise the retirement age for pension, making people work longer. The government has done that.
Immigration of young, skilled and hardworking people is the other solution.
Britain's Office of Budget Responsibility has found that allowing more than 140,000 immigrants into Britain a year, equivalent to about 7 million people in 50 years, would help increase the overall number of people who are in work and improve public finances.
Britain is a land where the government has provided an environment where the rule of law exists, where property rights are protected, where human initiative and hard work are encouraged and rewarded, where the local people are tolerant and where people from any background can succeed in their career or run an honest business and prosper.
The UK is a land of promise and opportunity and the UK needs you if you have good written and spoken English, are young, skilled, hard-working, ambitious and willing to learn and adapt.
With an ageing population, shortage of taxpayers to meet future pension payments, shortage of skilled professionals in a range of areas from medicine, engineering, IT, computer science, maths and science, social services and accountancy, the UK needs you.
The UK has much to offer: among other things a politically stable nation, a law-abiding and tolerant people, world class universities, free schooling and child-friendly policies, free health care, and a beautiful country to live in.
If you have the qualities mentioned above and are ready to acquire UK qualifications, if required, then nothing can stop your career from taking off in the UK.
In this book the author lists 25 reasons why you must seriously consider the UK as a vehicle for your career aspirations. Don’t you want to know what things a foreigner would give the UK top marks for?
This book also lists out all the best UK jobs for foreigners - jobs with less competition from local British people. Read and profit.
The author, Rajiv Immanuel, arrived in the UK from India in 1995 as an international student. Now he, a British citizen, looks back at this country nearly twenty years on.
If you are seriously considering making this country your home, you will benefit from knowing the best things about the UK.
The information in this book will tell you why people worldwide rate the UK as a great place to live, work and study.
FREE: You do not have to buy the book Best UK Jobs for Foreigners: Jobs with less competition from Britons ($2.99) because it is given away free with this book.