Post Tagged with: "Employment"

The Government is Supporting People Back into Work

Employment rates are an important gauge of both the health of our economy and the health of our community in Wycombe. Over the summer, the BFP published an article which reported upsetting figures revealing how many people in Wycombe are seeking work, and/or require financial support from the Government, through […]

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New measures to support entrepreneurs and job creation

As the Legatum Institute’s Prosperity Index repeatedly shows, entrepreneurship and opportunity are the primary keys to overall prosperity. It is because life in society is a creative dynamic process of discovering how best to serve the needs of other people and to adjust to them. If we are to become the […]

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Our plan is getting Britain back to work

Via Share the Facts, Getting Britain back to work: Creating jobs is at the heart of our plan, and the plan is working – with employment now at an all-time high. Over 1,000 jobs have been created every day since 2010 – and there are now 2 million more people in work. Every […]

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Help to Work Scheme Launches

The Help to Work scheme – a new intensive support scheme to get the long-term unemployed into work – launched last week. A key part of the Government’s long-term economic plan is to deliver the highest levels of employment, making sure that everyone who can work is given the support and […]

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Work Programme update

The latest figures from the Government’s Work Programme are now available. The positive data show that the Programme continues to support the long term unemployed into meaningful employment: More than 208,000 of our hardest to help jobseekers have escaped long term unemployment and found lasting work – normally at least six […]

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Latest Unemployment figures for Wycombe

In March 2013, there were 2,105 unemployed claimants in Wycombe – 52 lower than in March 2012. The figure for March 2013 represents a rate of 3.7% of the economically active population aged 16 to 64, which ranks Wycombe favourably as the 409th of the 650 UK constituencies ordered by […]

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