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Book Chapter Understanding Society: findings 2012

Employment transitions and the recession

Authors

Editors

Stephanie L. McFall

Publication date

28 Feb 2012

Abstract

As the British economy struggles to emerge from its first recession in almost twenty years, and the worst recession since the Second World War in terms of loss of output, data from the UK Labour Force Survey suggest that the unemployment rate has remained lower than at the same stage in previous recessions.

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http://research.understandingsociety.org.uk/findings/findings-2012


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