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Maleeha Bengali 41m
Even the consumer is at risk of slowing down.
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Rocío Méndez Oct 14
It’s important to understand realities to put them in perspective. It’s so inspiring to see women working to measure inequalities and to help push forward agendas that can make all of our lives so much better.
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James Cockett Oct 15
Todays stats show the employment rate for 18-24 year olds has fallen slightly on the year, it is definitely something to keep an eye on longer term if this trend continues. (1/2)
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Ken Skates Oct 15
My response to the latest statistics which were released today:
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WLPF Events Oct 17
Andrew Tingley, Partner, Womble Bond Dickinson, has agreed to speak for the conf:
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Niagara Workforce Planning Board 18h
Our Employment Prospects Series is a FREE quarterly report (with smaller monthly updates) provided by NWPB to , providers, , & anyone interested in knowing more about the local . Learn more at:
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Infonomics Thinking Oct 11
Agree with that too few not too many robots is the problem, and how we help those losing their jobs due to adjust within the .
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Nairametrics Oct 16
foresees possible retrenchment in
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Work in Peel Halton Oct 11
Starting today, we will be releasing monthly labour market infographics. Our hope is that these will help expand the overall awareness and knowledge of the labour market. The graphic contains information relevant to Sept 2019.
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Trades Alberta Oct 11
With the Canadian Construction Association predicting massive loss of workers due to retirement, it is important to have properly trained people ready to fill those vacancies.
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Caroline Perkins Oct 15
The story in is that is edging up. Still low (3.4%), but today's data suggests up for the fourth quarter in a row (source: annual population survey, ONS)
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Michał Kołodziejczyk Oct 13
Quite interesting. Issues, businesses’ views. Japan cries 'Help wanted,' but few foreigners heed the call
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LMIC 13h
We’re happy to share with you version 2.5 of our Annotated Bibliography featuring consequences, and shifts
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FSG International Oct 15
is not for all . Only 15,5% of spanish Roma women has secondary education vs 95% general population. is a and is key in the access to . rate only 16% vs 84% general population. We are far from
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Amitendu Oct 10
This was expected. was bound to get saturated,as it is yet to improve sufficiently and hasn’t cleared rigiidites.More countries would now try to grab relocation opportunities.
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LMIC Oct 9
With an changing and a social culture change, we have to consider is the importance and priority and -Zers are placing on their compared to , and what effect this will have.
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Neil Carberry Oct 15
This morning’s stats show official numbers tracking toward our survey data - clear evidence that (from a position of strength) the market is slowing, vacancies dropping. Getting a smooth Brexit outcome will boost confidence of hirers across the country.
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LMI Yorks and Humber Oct 15
report that the labour market figures published on 15 October point to a labour market that is slowing. There was a rise in the employment rate in Yorkshire and the Humber Jun-Aug 2019.
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VTAC Careers Hub 2h
In the midst of global economic and technological changes, there's value in pursuing lifelong learning and staying abreast of the skills and training needed to enhance one's employability.
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Club of Mozambique Oct 16
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