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Europeans working in the UK fear the impact of a Brexit vote according to research released today, one month ahead of the EU referendum.
Nine out of ten (87%) non-British EU citizens living in the UK are worried about the potential impact of a Brexit vote, with 49% fearing for their job security.
The study of 1,000 non-British EU citizens living in the UK by Totaljobs also found that one in three (33%) would feel discriminated against if they were to look for a job in the UK in the current climate.
Spanish workers are most likely to feel discriminated against (40%), compared to 33% of Polish, 32% of French and 25% of German nationals.
Three-fifths (61%) of respondents said their HR department had not been keeping them informed about the potential work policy changes if Britain leaves the EU.
More than half of respondents moved to the UK for work-related reasons (58%), either for a specific job opportunity (26%) or because of the buoyant job market (32%). Job satisfaction is high with 65% of those questioned claiming to be satisfied or very satisfied with their current