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Many countries would be reviewing their visa policies for migrants after this pandemic to better improve their country. How will this affect low skilled workforce? #July20

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Hello Dare,

Interesting question! I don't think VISAs will have as large of an impact on this as you may think. "Low Skilled" workforces are primary used in the country in which they already live, so no VISA required.

However, this doesn't hold true for Factories in border towns. Factories could be dramatically impacted if "day labor" (people that cross the border every day to get to/from work) traffic is severely limited.

Steve

Dear Steve, Thanks so much for this response. Can we classify someone with at least BSc degree as highly skilled or what pre requisites is used to measure those who are low or highly skilled workforce Dare O.

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Steve’s Answer

Hello Dare,

Interesting question! I don't think VISAs will have as large of an impact on this as you may think. "Low Skilled" workforces are primary used in the country in which they already live, so no VISA required.

However, this doesn't hold true for Factories in border towns. Factories could be dramatically impacted if "day labor" (people that cross the border every day to get to/from work) traffic is severely limited.

Steve

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