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U.K. | 11 Nov 2020 Unemployment Will Peak at a Lower Rate than After the Last Recession
The labour market has continued to hold up better than we and most other forecasters feared at the start of the pandemic.

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11 Nov 2020 Unemployment Will Peak at a Lower Rate than After the Last Recession

By Samuel Tombs

The labour market has continued to hold up better than we and most other forecasters feared at the start of the pandemic.

Posted: 10th Nov 2020 in 'U.K.'

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