Economy 17 December 2018 An A-Z of jobs under £30,000 – the threshold that could bar skilled EU migrants Skilled EU migrants may have to earn £30,000 before coming to Britain under new migration policy. Getty Salary maladies. Sign UpGet the New Statesman's Morning Call email. Sign-up The government’s white paper on migration, due to be published this year, could include extending the £30,000 minimum salary threshold to EU migrants. Currently, non-EU migrants need a specific category of visa to come and work in the UK – the “skilled workers” one requires them to earn at least £30,000 and to have a job offer. According to multiple newspaper reports, this could be the new policy for skilled EU migrants too: they may be required to have a job offer and hit the minimum salary threshold (£30,000) before they can come to the UK on five-year-long visas. So if this became policy, it would rule out these jobs… A Ambulance crew members B Bus drivers C Chefs D Dieticians E Electricians F Firefighters G GP receptionists H Healthcare assistants I Interpreters J Junior doctors K Kindergarten teachers L Lab technicians M Midwives N Nurses O Occupational therapists P Paramedics Q Quality control chemists R Research scientists S Social workers T Teachers U University administrators V Vets W Welfare workers X X ray and other NHS radiographers Y Youth workers Z Zoo keepers › How George Michael’s “Last Christmas” captures the loneliness of living in the closet Anoosh Chakelian is the New Statesman’s Britain editor. Subscribe For daily analysis & more political coverage from Westminster and beyond subscribe for just £1 per month!