Record Unemployment

Unemployment increased by 281,000 to hit 2.38 million in the three months to May and is the largest rise since records began in 1971. It seems highly likely that the total number of unemployed will get close to 3 million within the next 12 months with the new Conservative Government in 2010 will have to deal with the issue of getting people back in to work.

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One Response to Record Unemployment

  1. And, worse, still, it has gone up again. AND it is really 6,000,000 million if you include other benefits, plus another million or so who are economically inactive but not receiving benefits. And we haven’t even counted migrant workers who lost their jobs and returned to their home countries.

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