As our population ages, demand for social care is growing. But the government’s immigration policies may well restrict the quality and quantity of social care professionals.
British Politics and Policy at LSE
(31 Oct 2011)
The UK’s ageing population has brought issues of long-term care to the fore, but the care workforce and the vital role that immigrants play in it are seldom discussed. Shereen Hussein argues that limiting non-EU care workers entry to the UK may reduce both the quantity and quality of care professionals needed to fill vital care posts.
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