庇护申请者的就业机会

短缺职业清单(SOL)包含被认定为短缺的工作,引入移民是解决该短缺问题的合理方式。在移民咨询委员会(MAC)的建议下,内政部从2023年8月7日起将以下建筑职业中的所有工作添加到该列表中:

∙ 5312 砖匠和泥瓦匠

∙ 5313 屋顶工、屋顶瓦工和石板工

∙ 5315 木工和接合工

∙ 5319 其他未分类的建筑和建筑行业

∙ 5321 抹灰工

持有ARC卡且被授予工作权的庇护者可以在短缺职业清单上列出的工作类别寻找就业机会。这一包容性的措施为庇护者提供了一个获得工作的途径,并将他们的技能和专业知识投入到正在经历技能短缺的行业中。

新增的建筑职业扩大了寻求庇护者的合格工作范围,使他们受益于改善的就业前景,促进其行业成长和发展。

技术工作签证和建筑业雇主

此外,SOL上的工作也符合基于积分的体系下的担保资格,对于希望来英国从事建筑工作的人士来说,这能够让他们取得技术工作签证。

通过短缺职业清单上的工作所带来的优势,雇主能获得更多样化的人才储备,并填补关键空缺。

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