The current pandemic has caused many difficulties for businesses and jobseekers across the UK, with many employers choosing to let staff go as organisations suffer, leaving candidates up and down the country seeking work. Earlier this month the Office for National Statistics (ONS) revealed that the number of workers currently on payrolls fell by a total of 695,000 between the months of March and August, due to the financial impact coronavirus has had on companies. The data found that employment across the nation now stands at 76.5% for those aged between 16 and 64-years-old, with economic inactivity now reaching 20.2% for those within the same age bracket. Recent grads, students and the younger generation are likely to be greatly impacted by this decline in jobs, something that Valerie Todd,...
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