The French government should be more welcoming of immigrants, and the measures to increase employment eligibility have been a major improvement in this respect. It is important for more prosperous members of the European Union to assist their neighbors in these times of economic difficulty. This is the best way to preserve the Union.
Recently, France removed employment restrictions on Romanian and Bulgarian citizens. Such an effort shows measurable improvement between the country and citizens from Romania and Bulgaria. With that in mind, France still has to deal with other issues involving these people, but any step in the right direction is a smart move.
Yes, the removal of employment restrictions for Romanian and Bulgarian citizens by France has shown measurable improvement, because more individual citizens are able to make choices that benefit them. Romanians and Bulgarians can now make the choices that they think will be to their own benefit. More freedom of choice in employment-employee relationships is always a strong, positive thing for individual people and for the economy as a whole.
Yes, the removal of employment restrictions for Romanian and Bulgarian citizens by France has shown measurable improvement. When France lifted those restrictions, they showed the world that they are more accepting of foreign workers and that they are less xenophobic than they were in previous years, which is a large step for the French.
The removal of employment restrictions for Romanian and Bulgarian citizens by France have shown measurable improvement. Bulgarian and Romanian citizens are able to fully exercise their right to work in all EU countries without a work permit. Studies have consistently shown the benefits of free movement of workers for the economies of host countries. Mobile workers complement host country
workers by helping to address skills gaps and labor shortages - in other words they tend not to take jobs away from host country workers.