Will Finland be the first country to leave the Euro?
Being unemployed when you're young is bad. Being unemployed when you're over 50 sucks.
The UK index, however, remains static.
While more than a million Britons live in the EU, Cameron's immigrant-bashing rhetoric rings hollow.
The New York Times is shocked at the travesty of paying workers well above the minimum wage and competing stores.
See one McDonalds, you've seen them all, and that's useful to economists
More people are in work, but things aren't necessarily better
The Government should be helping strikers if they want to save money on tax credits.
Anxiety among employers, with demand for leadership skills set to rise over the next five years.
Nine of the 21 industry sectors register annual employment growth.
1.9 million jobs lost to the slump in IPOs over the last decade, according to a new report
SME employees in the UK to remain optimistic in 2012.
Why the government's small loans are hardly the answer to mass youth unemployment.
Via The Atlantic, the revelation that under-40s don't differ too much from over-40s in not really wanting their tablet journalism cluttered with too many oddities.
The last time the male unemployment rate was lower than female was September 1980. Ever since then, men have been more likely to be unemployed than women. At times, like in the boom of the late 1980s, the difference was small -- just 0.1 percentage point between them.
954,000 young people are not in education, employment or training
Citizens from non-EU countries continue to be the largest group of migrants to the country.
New study finds that nearly half of NEETs in England now have no experience of sustained paid employ
New research reveals that almost three in ten employers did not recruit a single young person in 201
Why is the UK suffering an underemployment crisis?
61 per cent expect a high salary, but only 33 per cent think they have high expectations
New report finds that DWP’s past assessment of the risk of fraud at A4e missed vital evidence.
Underemployment carries on rising
The public accounts committee says that contractors may "cherry-pick" individuals who need little su
New research from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation reveals abusive practices endured by migrant worker
The number of private and public sector firms planning redundancies has fallen, finds CIPD.
Germany and the Netherlands provide lessons, but we can't copy their approach wholesale.