Workers will have seen two decades of stagnant wages
'Will this lead them to experiment with different jobs? Or make them lazier?' asks benefits expert
AI systems are being designed for supermarkets which allow customers to choose their shopping and exit without going to a checkout. Soon, robots will be stacking the shelves and running the entire show. No wonder unions are worried
Number of businesses who see Britain heading for decline doubles from 2015
The population must now confront a sharp decline in living standards, driven by globalisation, technology and changes in the structure of the work force
The jobless rate edged down to 4.8 per cent in September, the lowest since 2005
The former chancellor said the idea, espoused by Ms May, was contradicted by 'hard data'
Unemployment is a lagging indicator, but there are worrying signs that it could be poised to rise if you keep an eye on company trading updates such as the one issued by Travis Perkins
Bank of England's monetary stimulus depresses investment returns increasing pension gaps; joblessness predicted to hit 5.5% by the end of next year; meanwhile the FTSE 100 is booming
The percentage of employers expecting to increase staff levels over the next three months dropped from 40 per cent before the Brexit vote to 36 per cent in July
Some were reluctant to engage with researchers ‘for fear that our inquiry was part of the Prevent programme’ the report says
Mark Carney, governor of the Bank of England, has warned that 250,000 people will lose their jobs over the next two years
Credit Suisse published the warning in a gloomy note title 'Mayday! Mayday!'
The unemployment rate dropped to 5 per cent in the three months to April
Kenny Bailey's ESA cut provoked outrage when details of the case first emerged
The number of women in work hit 69.2 per cent in March, the highest since comparable records began