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|Posted on September 13, 2013 at 10:04 AM|
It is good news in Europe, with purchasing managers indexes up and house prices up in United Kingdom. The unemployment rate edging downwards to 7.7 percent from 7.8 previously does not cause concern about the interest rate in the near term. The Bank of England's benchmark rate can remain at the record low 0.5 percent for the foreseeable future, perhaps another three years, until unemployment falls to 7 percent, which is the peg Governor Mark Carney has indicated.
But suppose, just suppose, employment in Britain were to pick up, perhaps using the German model of creating jobs? There, according to Euronews, the unemployment has fallen to 5.5 percent, mainly helped by creating what are called Mini Jobs. These are jobs taken by newcomers and students, perhaps earning a few hundred Euros a month for a part time job, or a Mini Job. There is no contract, no holiday pay, let alone anything towards a pension. It has no minimum wage. The rate is fixed between the employer and employee, and lasts as long as there is work, without any guarantee.
This seems a smart way of creating jobs, and enabling people earn something. It is an idea that could be copied in other countries, labour laws permitting.
It seems a good way forward to beat the dole ques, and get peoples morale up. This could eventually help balance the national books.
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