The number of women in work hit 69.2 per cent in March, the highest since comparable records began
Here are the five things to look for this week to check the health of the economy
Inquiries into the deaths of benefit claimants have revealed the government was repeatedly warned that vulnerable people were struggling to cope with benefit cuts, it has been reported.
“The bottom line, which may surprise many people, is that EU immigration has not harmed the pay, jobs or public services enjoyed by Britons"
There were 1.7 million unemployed people in the UK by February 2016
The overall unemployment rate for BAME graduates is 5.9 per cent, compared to 2.3 per cent for their white peers
The report's author suggested that Muslim women may be discriminated against by Islamophobic employers in the application process who discern their faith from religious attire such as a hijab
About 1.3 million workers will get a pay rise on April 1
The rise of artificial intelligence could put millions of human workers out of jobs - could a basic income be a solution?
Saudi Arabia's oil production freeze is making prices slide; the latest UK unemployment figures to be released this morning
Western firms attracted to Central Europe by the promise of fast growth and cheap labour are discovering that workers have headed to Germany and Britain in search of higher wages
Charity’s chief executive says young people are among 'most vulnerable in society', often with fewer financial and emotional resources to 'withstand life’s battles'
The UK unemployment rate unexpectedly fell to 5.2 per cent in the three months to September
Britain's 'improving' economy is yet to have any effect on the young
'The market is unstoppable and invariably it wins'