No Chance for a Job

No Chance for a Job

 

Finding employment is getting harder and harder with the TUC recently saying more than one in five people aged between 16 and 24 were out of work. Britain’s unemployment rate is forecast to be 8.1pc, but are these figures on the turn?

Some industries are on the turn with analyst predicting that the private sector might create 165,000 jobs, but many sectors are sceptical over these figures asking what industries will be producing these jobs?

 

Employment or Self Employment?

 

Almost half a million young people have been out of work for at least six months. “Unemployment amongst graduates is still lower than for those without a degree but those getting their A-level results this year face harder decisions than many about their futures.”

 

Self employment could be on the increase as unemployed people and graduates look at new ways to gain an income. Competition is so hard for graduate jobs, that many graduates with the easy use of the internet businesses are setting up private companies to access that needed income, in some cases this necessity has ended with a higher income.

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4 thoughts on “No Chance for a Job

  1. I really, really do feel for college leavers this year. Degrees aren’t worth half of what they used to and unfortunately people are being pushed into degrees they just won’t need. I think young people should be encouraged to take part in work schemes that aren’t just aimed at graduates.

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