The youth labour market is improving, but long-term youth unemployment remains a concern in some cities.
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After many months of good news, unemployment rises again as more people enter the labour market.
More people aged 20-24 are living with their parents. Paul Swinney looks at the pattern across cities.
Zach Wilcox discusses the significance of falling inflation.
In order to unlock the potential of cities and increase private sector growth, the Government will need to adopt a radical new approach to economic development.
The public sector spending squeeze will be the overarching narrative of the next decade of British politics. Public sector employment, which has grown significantly over the past decade, will start to shrink. Nationally, between 240,000 and 290,000 jobs could be cut by 2014.