Journalism is now like working for the St John Ambulance, but without the chance to put a sling on s
Two more thoughts following yesterday's awful joblessness figures.
There are now 991,000 young people out of work, the highest level since records began in 1992.
Shifting economic paradigms won't be easy.
There was no good news in today's figures -- and this is just the beginning.
The government's Work Programme will fall short unless employers are incentivised.
The British Retail Consortium has reported that fewer people are shopping and blames cuts for the dr
The last time I was unemployed was 1998. Now, the reality is that there are not enough jobs.
Hours worked are down, the claimant count is up, fewer jobs are going and labour output is down.
The government today announced 11 new "enterprise zones" but there is doubt as to whether new jobs w