In the three months to May 2013, unemployment fell by 57,000, and employment rose by 16,000 Long-term joblessness is up, with those unemployed for more than one year and two years rising Youth unemployment fell by 20,000, but remains over 950,000 The claimant count fell by 21,200 between May and June 2013 Commenting on the labour market figures, published today by the ONS, David Kern, Chief Economist at the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), said: -With employment rising and unemployment falling, the labour market remains an area of strength for the UK economy.
Locally based IT and Communications provider, Central Technology, is delighted to announce that it is now able to provide businesses with 4G, the new fourth generation of superfast mobile communications, which provides broadband speeds up to 5 times faster than 3G.
A care leaver who nearly dropped out of his University studies is now undertaking a graduate internship at Sheffield Hallam University, where he is getting the chance to help other students from disadvantaged backgrounds.
A local office supplies company has put some swing into its fundraising by organising a charity golf day in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.
JV Ordered To Pay £50m Over Deal Completed In 2007 A ruling that a joint venture must pay £50 million in stamp duty tax in relation to the purchase of Chelsea Barracks after being found to have used an unlawful scheme to complete is a clear sign of continuing efforts to tackle the issue of tax evasion.
South Yorkshire homeowners and motorists urged to engage with their local broker to ensure a better chance of legitimate claims payments Sheffield broker IFM Insurance based on Tapton House Road today urged South Yorkshire homeowners and motorists to actively engage with their local broker to ensure a better chance of legitimate claims payments from insurers.
Brinsworth Academy of Engineering recently played host to 11 Cadet Trainee Officers from BP Maritime Services as they attended a bespoke two-week engineering course.