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At least 10,000 apprenticeships will be created in the next three years in the construction industry and leading high street firms in spite of the economic downturn
Plumbers and electricians are most likely to find their jobs stimulating, while human resources staff are likely to be the unhappiest workers, according to a new study today.
Job losses in hotels, bars, restaurants and other service sector firms are expected to accelerate as the economic downturn deepens, a new report predicted today.
Two out of five hotels, retail, distribution and construction firms are planning to cut jobs next year in response to the economic downturn, a new study revealed today.
Press Association Industrial Correspondent Manufacturing is heading for a recession as serious as the one which decimated the industry a decade ago after new research revealed that the outlook had taken a "significant" turn for the worse, a gloomy new report warned today.
The Government remained on a collision course with Labour MEPs tonight ahead of a crucial decision on whether to end Britain's opt-out from a European directive aimed at limiting working hours to 48 a week.
Increasing numbers of workers need help after losing their job or house or suffering a pay cut because of the economic downturn, a union leader said today.