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Migration Advisory Committee report: second review of recommended shortage occupation lists for the UK and S

and has not been quality assured to the levels enjoyed by National Statistics).
Table 2.2 Certificates of sponsorship and migrant applications under selected Tier 2 routes, No
Certificates of sponsorship
Certificates used2 Route as percentage of total

Tier 2 General 15,200 44


Of which RMLT3 11,900 35
Of which shortage 3,200 9
occupation
Intra-company transfers 19,200 56
Total 34,300 100
Notes: (1) It is not possible to distinguish between RMLT and shortage occupation routes in migrant applications. (2) These
an application
Source: that corresponds
UK Border to the certificate
Agency management has been
information data, submitted,
Nov 2008 tobutAug
not2009
necessarily approved. They are managemen
figures include those immigrants switching from a post-study category, and may also include some ministers of religion wh
been conducted.
upation lists for the UK and Scotland (This data is UKBA management information

selected Tier 2 routes, Nov 2008 – Aug 2009


Migrant applications approved1
Applications approved Percent of applications made out of country

13,000 39
- -
- -

18,600 75
31,600 61
n migrant applications. (2) These figures describe ‘used’ certificates of sponsorship, where
pproved. They are management information and may be subject to change. (3) RMLT
de some ministers of religion where the employer has stated a labour market test has
Migration Advisory Committee report: second review of recommended shortage occupation lists for the UK and Scotl
information and has not been quality assured to the levels enjoyed by National Statistics).
Table 2.3 Certificates of sponsorship used for occupations on previous recommended shortage o
Aug 2009 on shortage list (4 digit SOC 2000 classification)
Occupation Certificates used for shortage
occupations
3211 Nurses 604
5434 Chefs, cooks 575
6115 Care assistants and home carers 330
2314 Teacher, secondary education 314
2442 Social workers 154
2121 Engineers, civil 152
2211 Medical practitioners e.g. doctors and surgeons 135
3214 Medical radiographers 116
2213 Pharmacists/pharmacologists 115
6139 Animal care occupations n.e.c. 70
3113 Technicians, engineering 48
2113 Physicists, geologists and meteorologists 43
3414 Dancers and choreographers 37
9119 Fishing and agriculture related occupations n.e.c. 31
2112 Biological scientists and biochemists 29
5243 Lines repairers and cable jointers 28
2216 Veterinarians (vets) 26
2125 Engineers, chemical 19
3217 Pharmaceutical dispensers (pharmacists) 16
5215 Welder, welding trades 16
3222 Therapists, occupational 14
1122 Managers, construction 13
3218 Technicians, medical and dental 13
8111 Process operatives, food, drink and tobacco 13
2212 Psychologists 10
3434 Photographers and audio-visual equipment operators 7
2215 Dental practitioners (dentists) 6
3513 Ship and hovercraft officers 2
5216 Pipe fitters 2
3223 Therapists, speech and language 1
3415 Musicians 1
3229 Therapists n.e.c. 0
Note: These figures describe ‘used’ certificates of sponsorship, where an application that corresponds to the certificate has be
are management
Source: UK Border information and may be information
Agency management subject to change. Previous
data, Nov 2008 torecommended
Aug 2009 shortage occupation lists can be found in
pation lists for the UK and Scotland (This data is UKBA management
tics).
s recommended shortage occupation lists for Tier 2, Nov 2008 to
Total certificates used under Shortage as a percentage of total
Tier 2
2015 30
697 83
641 52
686 46
167 92
285 53
1278 11
143 81
146 79
86 81
145 33
149 29
45 82
32 97
123 24
28 100
33 79
77 25
22 73
19 84
57 25
90 14
38 34
14 93
17 59
13 54
41 15
23 9
15 13
10 10
11 9
93 0
rresponds to the certificate has been submitted, but not necessarily approved. They
ge occupation lists can be found in MAC (2008c) and MAC (2009b).
Migration Advisory Committee report: second review of recommended shortage occupation lists for the UK and Scotl
information and has not been quality assured to the levels enjoyed by National Statistics).
Table 2.4 Top ten nationalities recruited via the shortage occupation route, Nov 2008 to Aug 2009
Nationality Certificate used for shortage occupations

India 847
Philippines 361
China 202
South Africa 183
Australia 182
United States 170
Zimbabwe 133
Pakistan 120
Nigeria 116
New Zealand 93
Note: These figures describe ‘used’ certificates of sponsorship, where an application that corresponds to the certificate has be
are management
Source: information
UK Border and may be information
Agency management subject to change.
data, Nov 2008 to Aug 2009
of recommended shortage occupation lists for the UK and Scotland (This data is UKBA management
evels enjoyed by National Statistics).
the shortage occupation route, Nov 2008 to Aug 2009
Total certificates used under Tier 2 Percentage of certificates used for shortage occupations

16,465 5
1044 35
1308 15
948 19
1,430 13
3,983 4
469 28
653 18
469 24
445 21
orship, where an application that corresponds to the certificate has been submitted, but not necessarily approved. They
ge.
a, Nov 2008 to Aug 2009