The coronavirus crisis has led to the biggest quarterly drop in employment since May to July 2009, when the country found itself amidst the global financial crisis and deep in a major recession.
Job vacancies in the UK have fallen to a record low according to new research by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Divided over Brexit, united about saving the planet… poll reveals North West’s passion for climate change
Environment comes above both education and employment, according to recent North West figures in a poll conducted by the WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature).
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A partnership revealed by the Centre for Ageing Better will help turn Manchester into an ‘age-friendly city’, according to the charity’s CEO.
The first annual Manchester PA of the Year Awards was held at a glitzy gala at the Imperial War Museum on Tuesday night.
The Manpower Employment Outlook Survey uses feedback from employers to ascertain the likelihood of employers increasing or decreasing their work forces in the coming quarter, and is used by both the Bank of England and the government as an economic statistic.
A massive £99million in funding is to be provided to local firms across Cheshire and Warrington to help create jobs and boost skills.
The number of people who are self-employed in Greater Manchester is up 28% since the financial crisis, with those taking on the burden labelled ‘unsung heroes’ of the economic recovery.
Young workers in the North West are more likely to job-hop in search of higher pay and benefits than the previous generation, who prioritised job security, new research reveals.
Figures in a recent Sunday Times report revealed that, for a professorship in science, women get paid an average of £5,000 less than men – the figure rising to as much as £21,000 in some institutions.