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The most recent documents available on this subject are:Unemployment higher today than when coalition took office, says TUC
Responding to the latest unemployment figures published today (Wednesday) by the Office for National Statistics, TUC General Secretary Frances O'Grady said:
People aged 18-24 are far less likely to be in work today than before the recession and 395,000 more jobs are needed before youth unemployment rates return to their 2008 level, according to a TUC analysis published today (Tuesday).
The toxic chancellor, George Osborne, won't need much encouragement to take up the invitation from Rob Carnell of banking group ING to "allow himself a moment of smugness" following the news that the UK's GDP managed growth of 0.3 per cent in the fir...
A report investigating the international experience of job creation programmes, focusing on job guarantees.PDF version available for download
Analysis from the Northern TUC 10 Point Plan for A Northern Future that Works manifesto (being launched this weekend 13 and 14 April at Regional Conference) also shows that since the Coalition government was formed the average full-time wage has f...
Analysis from the Northern TUC 10 Point Plan for A Northern Future that Works manifesto (being launched this weekend 13 and 14 April at Regional Conference) highlights, amongst other things, the stark reality of employment in the north east and Cu...
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