The jobless rate in the UK was recorded at 5.1 percent for the quarter ending November 2015. This showed the lowest jobless rate since October 2005. However, wage growth is slowing down in the UK industry. The employment rate was at high of 74 percent since 1971, according to the latest data released by Office for National Statistics.
New data released by the the Office for National Statistics in London today indicated a brighter economic outlook in the UK, thanks largely to an increase in business investments and home constructions.
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