The youth labour market is improving, but long-term youth unemployment remains a concern in some cities.
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All of the largest 64 cities saw their claimant count rates fall on the previous month.
What does long term unemployment look like across cities?
Employment continues to rise and a record proportion of women are in work
The unemployment rate fell to 7.1 per cent in December: the largest quarterly fall seen since 1997. However, there is still a way to go before it returns to its pre-downturn peak. Unemployment...
Immigration policy should not become a limiting factor on the economic growth of UK cities.
Employment continues to rise as the economy grows and inflation falls.
Employment continues to rise as unemployment and inactivity falls.
Findings from the OECD’s first international Survey of Adult Skills reveal that young people in England and Northern Ireland fall significantly behind many of their peers in other countries on literacy and numeracy.
The portion of workers wanting to work more hours is rising and the number of workless households at a record low.