UK hiring slowing down amid economic uncertainty

The recruitment blitz that followed the pandemic is cooling, according to a jobs report. …

Jeevun Sandher, economist at Kings College London said “those who are able and willing to work are, generally, working. That is great news”. But he added: “The problem we face is that having a job does not mean you will earn enough to escape poverty. Even before this cost-of-living crisis, almost 70% of adults in poverty lived in working households. That has gotten significantly worse – half of us are now cutting back on food.”


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