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Growth in employment in the three months to June undershot the consensus by the most in nearly two years.
The workforce, by contrast, is finally picking up, assisted by a recovery in immigration, which will be maintained.
Vacancy and payroll employee data indicate labour demand is stagnating; unemployment will rise further.
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