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10,000 Work Coaches boost Britain’s jobs army

The jobs frontline has now been boosted by 10,000 additional Work Coaches to help Britons back into work More Work Coaches means more jobseekers across the country will get personalised support to help them find their next role, or upskill for expanding sectors.

Putting skills at the heart of our Plan for Jobs - Exclusive with Mims Davies

In her exclusive article, Employment Minister @MimsDavies explains how DWP is putting skills at the heart of our Plan for Jobs Through our Plan for Jobs, my department is set to make nearly two million interventions in people’s lives – supporting them to get back into work, take advantage of new opportunities or consider a new direction in their working lives.

Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme will continue until end of March

In November Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced the Government's Furlough Scheme will be extended until the end of March.

New winter package to provide further support for children and families

Children and families will get extra support this winter, with councils given new funding to ensure vulnerable households do not go hungry or without essential items.

Labour market statistics: Fastest ever rise in redundancies, on course for at least 600 thousand lay-offs by the end of the year

Commenting on the ONS’s latest unemployment figures,

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