You mean 1/4 of the one allowed to stay or 1/4 of all who came here, of which 2/3 were found to be complete frauds? What about the number of Finns on unemployment, how many of them have ”higher education”, and why don’t they matter at all?
This is how it is in a society with a statist/welfare state mentality, masterminds and geniuses are always finding pet projects (identity politics) to shower the people’s money with. One day you’re in, and the next day you’re out. Just look at Blacks in America now looking over their shoulders at Mexicans coming over their southern borders. They are somehow deemed more noble and righteous than the people forced to fund their upkeep though they violated their laws.
A review of reception centres in the Uusimaa region suggests that a majority of asylum seekers have completed primary education, while around half have attended high school or other secondary school. Seven out of 10 asylum seekers said they have completed at least seven years of basic education.
The study was aimed at predicting future needs for refugee education.
Twenty-seven percent said they have had higher education, with 16 percent holding degrees, typically bachelor’s degrees. Some seven percent have no formal education, with about the same proportion being completely illiterate.
The study, commissioned by the Ministry of Education and Culture, was handed over to education minister Sanni Grahn-Laasonen on Monday. She commented that migrants’ face too lengthy a path to education and employment in Finland.
The survey was carried out by the language testing firm Testipiste. Since January, it has interviewed more than 1,000 asylum seekers from 32 countries at 14 reception centres in the southern Uusimaa region, which includes Helsinki. The interviewees were aged 18-39, and 90 percent were men. Nearly two thirds were from Iraq.
NOTE: Big (crony) business loves the open borders as well. The increase in those looking for work drags down wages. This can be seen in high tech jobs in the US, where H1B visas have severely crimped domestic employment in high tech IT jobs, they simply draw cheaper labor into the job market from abroad which effectively locks the local work force out.