Record numbers of new graduates surveyed said they were in work or further study, but figures suggest the gender pay gap for first jobs is rising
'We can’t sugar-coat this, many of out members are feeling anxious.'
If the currency does not stabilise, domestic inflation could explode, forcing the Bank of England to raise interest rates and pushing us into a recession
The yearly ritual of doling out incremental and somewhat disappointing salary increases is quietly disappearing
Government bond yields continue to fall and four other things to look out for this week
How long would George Osborne last in a Sports Direct warehouse?
A survey of male and female UK workers found women's expectations what makes a 'successful' salary £4,000 lower than men, despite expressing hopes of progressing faster
UK workers are less likely to feel they belong at work
A good barometer of what the earning potential is
The study found people working in the private sector would have to earn an extra £27,000 per year to have the same happiness levels as people working for third sector companies, such as charities or social enterprises
The deserved success of these women raises two questions that must be addressed
Some people just use 'I'm sorry' as a filler phrase
Some gigs, like architect or optometrist, actually pay below what you might expect
If we can increase productivity, there is a decent hope that the next generation will have a better standard of living. If not, we'll have more than an economic problem to solve
The number of women in work hit 69.2 per cent in March, the highest since comparable records began
The largest urban youth survey of its kind identified safety, employment and affordability as key factors pushing millennials out of their home city