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What next for post furlough employment support? The widely feared spike in unemployment due to the end of the Job Retention Scheme has not materialised as new research shows that over 86% of furloughed workers moved back into work.

Though reduced, unemployment is still predicted to peak at over 5% this autumn and more than a million job vacancies exist in the economy.

Against this backdrop, we invite guest speakers from different sectors to join our webinar to explore the work that they are doing to help people into employment, and help them to progress once they are there.
8/12/202109:30 GMT1.5 hours
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  • Important topic. Difficulties arise with the education of two or three children. Although some mothers are not strained with one child. Planning children, it is difficult to foresee what will be necessary. Unfortunately, not all tips are effective, from those who have already become parents. There is a lot of information in the network and it also needs to be processed. I work as a paper essay writer. I hope I can easily help my children with their studies. The question under discussion is quite popular. Unfortunately, moms are single. They need help. Thanks to the author for the video.

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    • Louise Murphy
      May 20, 2019 15:28

      Hi there,

      Glad to hear you found the video informative.

      Kind regards,
      Louise

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