For any of you out there who are on the same unemployment boat as me, this is for you.
I feel like there are a couple of components in getting through this dreaded phase and the most important I’ve come to realize are the following: 601 more words
When I graduated I relocated my whole life and belongings to London in search of greener pastures. I had this bizarre belief that everything I had ever dreamed of lay in the city, I mean I had lived in a small town my whole life and I thought everything exciting happened outside of the fields and farms that surrounded my home. 2,354 more words
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While the gig economy promises to free workers from the traditional, drab 9-to-5 work environment, the reality is quite different. Many contractors employed in gig economy–type jobs lack health care and retirement benefits, are at the mercy of their employers’ scheduling needs, and — despite being promised so much freedom — find themselves little more than glorified service workers.
It is good to see that the Government’s economic policies are improving the employment rate across the country.
Figures show that the employment rate in the UK remains at a record high of 31.8 million, which represents 74.5% of the working-age population. 123 more words