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ONS survey reveals increases in employment rates across the UK

Employment rates are increasing across Britain, according to the UK’s national statistical institute, the Office for National Statistics (ONS), which published its monthly Labour Market Statistics for the three months to the end of July 2014 on Wednesday. The ONS […]

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ONS Labour market report reveals steady increase in UK employment figures

The Office for National Statistics (ONS), the recognised national statistical institute for the UK, released its UK Labour Market, August 2014 report on Wednesday, which indicates that employment


Private sector growth boosts UK employment rate

This month's Labour Force Survey covering November 2013 to January 2014 has shown that the employment rate in the UK is now the highest recorded for

ONS report reveals a drop in UK unemployment

UK employment figures on the rise

Job are being created in the UK at a significant rate, with a record-breaking 30.15 million British people now in work, the Department for Work and

ONS report reveals a drop in UK unemployment

UK unemployment falls by 5,000

Self Employed

UK sees big rise in self-employment

A significant number of people in the UK have become their own boss since the start of the economic downturn in 2008, figures showed today. The Office for National

Job creation

UK’s private sector job creation outpaces public sector job losses

Private sector employment in the UK has continued to increase, reaching a record high of 23.86 million in September 2012, official figures showed today. The number of people employed

Job Centre

UK welfare-to-work scheme misses target on sustained employment

The UK government has defended its welfare-to-work scheme after new figures showed that its key target on getting people into long-term jobs has been missed. Of the 878,000 people


Stronger demand for staff at UK firms in September

Demand for staff among UK firms increased at stronger rate in September, a new report showed today. The Report on Jobs, produced by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC)

Average Advertised Salary Growth

The best and worst areas for average advertised salary growth in the UK

Employees looking for increasing salary growth and a higher wage packet should head to Wales, according to a recent study. The research, carried out by the job search engine

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