Statistics from ONS show that in the UK online job adverts have increased by 30 per cent compared to February
Jobs crisis: Young people expected to be hit hardest with 2 million set to be unemployed or not in training
It is estimated that in the coming months there will be around 2 million young people who will be unemployed or not in further education or training, commonly known as NEETs
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.
‘She hasn’t bothered moving to the constituency’: MM chat to Tory candidate vying for Greater Manchester seat
Ever since its creation in 1983, Heywood and Middleton has had 36 years of uninterrupted Labour rule. In an interview with MM, we discussed all sorts of issues with the Conservative candidate Chris Clarkson on topics ranging from representation, Brexit, the police, unemployment and the future of the NHS.
82 days until Brexit: MM discuss impact on Greater Manchester economy, trade, funding, education, residents, unemployment and aviation
In the June 2016 referendum, the city of Manchester had the fifth highest vote to Remain in the EU with 60% – here MM take a look at what the ten boroughs of Greater Manchester have done in preparation for the March 29 European exit.
Watch: Meet the charity putting the unemployed back to work… using beehives on top of Manchester Cathedral
Perched atop Manchester Cathedral are ten beehives and the honey they produce helps some of the city’s unemployed get back into work – an initiative maintained by charity Volition.
‘Let’s make it important’: Salford theatre group to stage real anti-austerity march in Love on the Dole
A Salford theatre group will blur the line between fantasy and reality by staging a real anti-austerity march during an upcoming play.
‘Tried and tested methods don’t work’: Manchester entrepreneurs aim to ‘disrupt industry’ with jobseeking app
A Mossley man has laid out his plan for transforming himself from a guy who has never owned a bank account into a trillionaire.
Mancunian jobseekers will be handed free bikes to help them to get back on the job ladder by Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM).
Manchester cultural commentator CP Lee will provide a special introduction of the film tomorrow night as part of Manchester Literature Festival.
David Gale has worked as a senior chef at the Hilton Hotel, The Lawn Club in Spinningfields and Mughli in Northern Quarter, and will open his new restaurant Louie next year… but this lunchtime, he’s dishing up a meal in slightly different circumstances – on the first floor of a warehouse on Oldham Road.