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Almost half of jobs created since 2010 have been in London and the South East.
Zero-hours jobs data published by the Office for National Statistics overshadows rising employment and falling unemployment.
The number of workers trapped in insecure jobs has rocketed by a shocking 660,000 over the past five years, according to study.
Funding to shrink by 75% from March when work programme is replaced by much smaller work and health programme.
Sector desperately needs more nurses to protect the quality of care, says recruitment firm.
Report from 2,100 employers suggests cracks are starting to appear in areas including financial services, construction and utilities.
OECD analysis suggests greater automation in the workplace will not lead to fewer jobs, but will require more workers to be retrained.
370,000 small businesses plan to cease trading over the next five years.
New figures reveal a 7.3% drop in the number of advertised job vacancies since the start of the year.
London is vastly outperforming the rest of the UK in economic and jobs growth, according to new research published today.
Nearly nine out of ten adverts on jobs portals fail to adhere to minimum Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) requirements, says CAB.
The number of job applications containing factual errors increased to 63% in 2015, the highest level since 2011 and up from 56% in 2014.
Employers in some parts of the country are almost twice as likely to offer work experience as their counterparts in other areas, according to a report published today.
For every 12 jobs created in the South of England between 2004 and 2013, only one was created elsewhere in Great Britain.
This weeks biggest welfare related news stories from the Welfare Weekly.
Claim comes when figures show a significant rise in the number of Zero-Hours contracts.
The number of people in low-paid work across Britain has increased by 250,000 to just over five million, according to a new report.
A new report from the GMB union found that over 2,700 disabled ex-Remploy workers are still looking for a job.
Business Secretary Vince Cable has today launched a wide-ranging employment review to help clarify and potentially strengthen the employment status of up to a million British workers.
Rosy picture painted by ministers masks the true nature of unemployment, such as the people ‘forced’ into so-called self-employment to get them off benefits, say Unite.
The number of women in the UK who don't have a job has soared to record levels under the Tory-led coalition government, a new report reveals.
A rise in employment and sharp drop in the number of people out of work has had little effect on the scandal of low wages, the latest figures show. Figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) on Wednesday...
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