Making the labour market work better

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The New Deal Unemployment is one of the worst social evils. It saps the self-confidence and motivation of those it affects directly and has knock-on effects for all members of society. By under-utilising labour, the wealth and economic well-being of the country is reduced. Unemployment can also produce poverty and social exclusion. Taking policy measures to reduce unemployment should therefore be high on the agenda of any government. Today, unemployment is a European-wide issue with over 18 million unemployed people across the European Union. The…

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