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18th Jan 2022 18:00U.K., Daily Monitor

  • Employment has continued to rise, despite the withdrawal of the furlough scheme and the Omicron hit...
  • ...But growth will slow soon; few people who want a job don't have one, while employment taxes will rise in April.
  • Wage growth has cooled, despite the tight job market; real wages look set to fall sharply this year.

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