TMT legal update: tech employment bucks the economic trend
Over the past five years, the UK economy has seen its highest levels of unemployment since the dark days of 1993, but the UK technology sector is defying the double-dip employment slump.
UK unemployment reached its peak of 2.68 million in 2011 following one of the worst economic recessions in history. Coupled with the ongoing instability of Europe, the jobs market as a whole has looked bleak for a number of years…
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