July 2007
People Management;7/26/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 15, p78
The article presents statistics related to the labor market in Great Britain. The unemployment rate was 5.4% in the three months to May 2007. Average earnings excluding bonus payments increased by 3.5% in the year to May 2007, down from 3.6% the previous month. More than 28,000 jobs were created across Great Britain's 21 key industries in June 2007. Graduate-level vacancies are set to rise for the fourth consecutive year, according to the Graduate Recruitment Survey 2007.


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