A plan setting out how Manchester will emerge from the economic shock of the Covid-19 pandemic was published this week.
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.
According to a study, conducted by the Resolution Foundation, it is expected that youth unemployment will rise by over 640,000 this year, taking the total to over 1 million.
Job vacancies in the UK have fallen to a record low according to new research by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
MM rounds up the 10 most unusual jobs – here and across the pond – that the Sussexes could do to fit into their new independent lifestyle.
Figures from Britain’s largest trade union, the GMB, have this week revealed that 100,600 jobs in the manufacturing sector have left the North West over the last 12 years.
They have put together a new strategy called ‘College 2020’ which aims to provide the best education and training for students across a range of careers.
The first annual Manchester PA of the Year Awards was held at a glitzy gala at the Imperial War Museum on Tuesday night.
Figures released by the Department for Work and Pensions this week showed that between December 2011 and February 2014 that around 90 people a month died within weeks of being taken off employment and support allowance (ESA) having been assessed as fit to work by a Government contractor.
As the anticipation for A-level results day builds for teens across Manchester, mums and dads should be preparing to act as careers advisers, according to a recent study.
The different dialects and accents of Greater Manchester have been mapped out for the first time ever by sociolinguists from Manchester Metropolitan University.