About 1.3 million workers will get a pay rise on April 1
Study show spiral of decline facing many towns, calling into question Chancellor's pledge to bridge North-South divide
The Office for National Statistics said a rise in net migration was mostly caused by dropping emigration
New numbers on joblessness reveal the dramatic divide between neighbouring towns and cities
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'
Surveys revealed similar concerns but in markedly different order for Brits and Americans
ONS figures show the third-biggest rise over a single quarter since records began in 1971
The UK offers the best job prospects together with Estonia, Norway and Austria
'The market is unstoppable and invariably it wins'
Advice: I’m amazed that you, or your son, are assuming for one moment that he’s going to get a 'suitable' job at this stage
There were 31.12 million people in work in three months to August, the Office for National Statistics reported
What do the unemployment figures actually mean?
Requirements for the assistant role include having finished primary school and being able to ride a bike
Wages are up 2.9 per cent up on last year in the quarter to July
During the Thatcher years rising joblessness was matched by increased crime
A major new study found no impact on wages or unemployment