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'
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
Britain's 'improving' economy is yet to have any effect on the young
'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
The profile of the workforce is changing: middle-aged people are losing their jobs to either robots or young people who have a more intuitive understanding of technology
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
High levels of personal debt in Britain could be creating a health time bomb, according to research showing a strong link between financial problems and low mental well-being in older people.
Recession will have lasted three years longer than any other in the past 100 years
Shadow Chancellor would shift the burden of the deficit to the rich, raising £10bn in three years
The Bank of England’s flagship policy of forward guidance on interest rates will “evolve” next month, Mark Carney said yesterday, as he sought again to dampen expectations of an imminent rate rise.