Despite the deceleration of UK growth, the labour market continues to create jobs, reaching the lowest level of unemployment since 1975.
31 million people or 75,1% of the working age population (16-64) in the UK is in employment.
According to data released by the Office for National Statistics on Wednesday, the UK economy created 57,000 jobs in June bringing unemployment to a record-low 4,4%.
Year-on-year, the economy created 338,000 jobs, mostly in construction, tourism, transport, and stora...

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