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U.K. | 3 Apr 2020 Unemployment Is Soaring, How Far Will it Rise?
The limited data available on the state of the labour market, since the government forced businesses to close two weeks ago, paint a disconcerting picture.

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3 Apr 2020 Unemployment Is Soaring, How Far Will it Rise?

By Samuel Tombs

The limited data available on the state of the labour market, since the government forced businesses to close two weeks ago, paint a disconcerting picture.

Posted: 2nd Apr 2020 in 'U.K.'

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