Author: ceacadmin

Calling the World’s Engineers and Medical Staff; we need you.

Caribbean East Atlantic Company is now expanding its integrated work finding service to Engineers and Medical Staff who want to relocate to the United Kingdom to do jobs for which there is an Official Shortage of UK Talent. Please consider the list below to see if your profession is on the list and what you will need to do next. Who are we looking for? We are looking for the following types of engineers: Civil Engineers Mechanical Engineers Electrical Engineers Electronics Engineers Design and Development Engineers Production and Process Engineers We are looking for the following types of Medical...

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We shall overcome, someday.

A New Year’s Message My name is Peter Campbell. And I pray to the Heavens and the Gods that rule us all that one day I too shall see the Motherland, Africa. I pray that I will know her in the same way that I now know my Fatherland Europe and that I will be able to make a contribution there as I make one here today. I pray that Africa and the Caribbean will rise in the same way that China has risen against all pessimism and we too will go forth on a mission of contribution to...

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Sustainable development goals: To what end?

At the turn of the millennium the United Nations came together to set targets to drastically reduce and eliminate the various manifestations of extreme poverty within humankind. Fifteen years was the deadline set and so this year’s end is a time of reflection. Many of the goals set have been achieved in various places while in others work remains to be done. The goals set by the United Nations back in 2000 were: 1.   To eradicate extreme poverty and hunger 2.   To achieve universal primary education 3.   To promote gender equality 4.   To reduce child mortality 5.   To improve maternal health 6.   To combat HIV/AIDS, malaria, and...

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Overpopulation and Immigration

 We could all live in Texas… or the UK. Here are the arguments presented why migration should be curtailed. Disadvantages of inward migration Welfare costs: Increasing cost of providing public services as migrants come into a country. Worker displacement: Possible displacement effects of domestic workers. Social pressures: Social tensions arising from the problems of integrating hundreds of thousands of extra workers into local areas and regions. Pressure on property prices: Rising demand for housing which forces up prices and rents. Benefit claims: Many immigrants find it hard to get work. Who really gains? The benefits of migration are focused mainly...

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Why Work With Us? 

We have just been asked by our partners to fill two thousand vacancies in High School Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics as well as Social Work dealing with Children and Families by September 2016 in the United Kingdom through a Commonwealth wide recruitment drive. As the Managing Director of this organization which represents the Commonwealth Shortage Area Worker in the UK I would like to make it clear to you why you should work with us as opposed to any other agency. My argument is a simple trident approach which covers three areas. These are: Your welfare Your security The...

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