UK 2013: 4,000 queue in hope of getting a shop job

Lucy Osborne
March 2013
Daily Mail;3/29/2013, p20
Desperate times: Applicants at the recruitment fair yesterday SOME wore smart suits, others were dressed down in jeans. But all braved the bitter cold for one reason - they are desperate for a job. No fewer than 4,000 applicants turned up yesterday hoping to secure one of 1,000 positions at a new shopping centre.


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