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Economist says it is ‘premature to even talk about timing’ of any interest rate increase
Capital takes lion’s share of qualified workers from overseas — especially in finance, science and IT
Flagship programme aimed to avert a pandemic-related surge in young adult unemployment
Economists say data could reassure MPC members worried about stalling the recovery
Labour shortages are spreading in many countries. Are they a result of reduced migration? Early retirement? And will they last?
Andrew Bailey’s comments over weekend suggest expected interest rate rise in December still in balance
Strong job figures strengthen the case for a rise in interest rates to curb inflation
Uptake of voluntary minimum rate is increasing at the fastest rate in a decade, says charity
Survey results show how different genders and generations view the new workplace
Companies in several sectors are struggling to hire following the lifting of Covid restrictions
Labour costs drop and output per hour rises as businesses operate with fewer workers
Businesses will need to meet climate-related criteria to be included in asset purchase programme
New research found number of adults using online platforms to find work trebled in five years
Andrew Bailey says it is too soon to raise interest rates after previously suggesting a move was imminent
First rise in interest rates could be imminent, though some analysts believe MPC will be more cautious
Think-tanks suggest chancellor’s measures will not prevent squeeze on disposable incomes
Public spending and taxation both set to rise to highest levels in decades
Chancellor makes claim despite plans for tax levels to rise to highest in more than 70 years
Emboldened by labour shortages and rising living costs, more staff are confronting employers over pay
Survey adds to evidence that labour shortages are fuelling widespread wage growth
Official figures show openings matched or exceeded pre-pandemic levels in all sectors
Trio challenged ideas, including work to show that raising the minimum wage need not depress jobs
Johnson’s policies of cutting immigration and higher wages only parts of complex puzzle
Labour shortages have seen steep pay rises for some but not yet translated into higher productivity
Clicks on ads since easing of visa rules rising most sharply from countries whose HGV licences not valid in Britain