Young people account for 58% of payroll jobs lost last year | HR Wire
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Young people account for 58% of payroll jobs lost last year

The results revealed that the number of payrolled employees in the UK in December 2020 fell by 2.7% compared with the same period of the previous year

Young people (16-24 year-olds) account for six in 10 (58%) of the payroll jobs lost over the last year, according to the latest ONS labour figures. The results revealed that the number of payrolled employees in the UK in December 2020 fell by 2.7% copared with the same period of the previous year. In January 2021, 726,000 fewer people were in payrolled employment when compared with February 2020. The increase in payrolled employees between February 2020 and January 2021 was largest in the health and social work sector (104,000) and smallest in the accommodation and food services sector (345,00... Subscribe to read full artical

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Young people account for 58% of payroll jobs lost last year | HR Wire
Young people account for 58% of payroll jobs lost last year | HR Wire
Employee RelationsJob Market

Young people account for 58% of payroll jobs lost last year

The results revealed that the number of payrolled employees in the UK in December 2020 fell by 2.7% compared with the same period of the previous year

Young people (16-24 year-olds) account for six in 10 (58%) of the payroll jobs lost over the last year, according to the latest ONS labour figures. The results revealed that the number of payrolled employees in the UK in December 2020 fell by 2.7% copared with the same period of the previous year. In January 2021, 726,000 fewer people were in payrolled employment when compared with February 2020. The increase in payrolled employees between February 2020 and January 2021 was largest in the health and social work sector (104,000) and smallest in the accommodation and food services sector (345,00... Subscribe to read full artical

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