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Cayman's culture of entitlement

Old May 19th 2015, 8:30 pm
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A major concern here is the level of unemployment among local Caymanians. The popular claim by the unemployed and their families, and the politicians, is that expats are prejudiced against locals; in reality, all employers are, whether expat or Caymanian.

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Old Jun 23rd 2015, 6:43 pm
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The moderator is right, of course. But without a free debate, there's no point in continuing this thread, so I won't be adding to it; I'd cancel it if I could.
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Originally Posted by Gordon Barlow View Post
A major concern here is the level of unemployment among local Caymanians. The popular claim by the unemployed and their families, and the politicians, is that expats are prejudiced against locals; in reality, all employers are, whether expat or Caymanian.
So how high is local unemployment? Must be considerable if its such a big concern?
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So how high is local unemployment? Must be considerable if its such a big concern?
Well, it's a complicated issue, and you'd need to know the background to understand it.

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