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12th Apr 2022 17:58U.K., Daily Monitor

Employment started to rise again in the three months to February, having fallen in December and January.

The workforce should start to recover this year, reflecting a decline in inactivity and a rise in immigration.

Alongside slower labour demand growth this should mean wages continue to rise more slowly than prices.

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