Tuesday 29 April 2014

Tuesday, April 29, 2014 Posted by Jake 2 comments Labels: , , , ,
Posted by Jake on Tuesday, April 29, 2014 with 2 comments | Labels: , , , ,

Figures from the DWP (Department of Works and Pensions) show that the number of people on Job Seeker's Allowance (JSA) is falling for all people upto the age of 60. 

However, people between 60 and 64 years of age are still not getting the jobs they need - they are still nearly 3 times more likely to be on unemployment benefit than they were in the year 2000.

Why do you think this is? (You can select upto 2 answers from the poll):



  1. You forgot the obvious problem of employing managers fearing their failings might be highlighted by employing more experienced, older employees (so I have placed this in the "other" category)

    1. Good point. I have added this option to the poll.


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