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GM | Job losses to come from its European business

The Guardian – GM would stick to a labour deal that limits factory closures before 2014, Girsky indicated nonetheless that there would be job losses from its European business. “We know in the future that there may not be the same amount of people here as there are today. It is important that we create … Continue reading

Signs of UK recovery may be exaggerated | Business | The Guardian

The GDP data revealed a worrying 5.6% decline in business investment in the last quarter of 2011 Let’s hope the euphoria that greeted last week’s economic data lasts longer than the cheers England’s footballers can expect this summer when the European championships get underway. There is nothing more traditional than football supporters putting hope ahead … Continue reading

UK | NEETs | Almost 1m young people not in education, employment or training

Almost 1 million young people are not in school, work or training, according to official figures which underline the extent to which the economic slowdown is hurting school-leavers. One in six 16- to 24-year-olds was a “neet” (not in education, employment or training) in the last three months of 2011, according to statistics published by … Continue reading

The female unemployment crisis | Society | The Guardian

Last week, the official UK unemployment figures showed that women were losing their jobs at a disproportionately greater rate than men. Of the 2.67 million people who are unemployed, 1.12 million are women – the highest number for 25 years. One factor is that the number of women in the labour market has increased over … Continue reading

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