Youth and BAME jobs hit hardest by lockdown

By Ann McGauran | 28 October 2020

Young people, BAME workers and those on insecure contracts have lost out most as a result of the changing jobs market during the COVID-19 crisis, says new research from the Resolution Foundation.

The findings emerged as a report by New Local (formerly New Local Government Network) calls  for Department for Work and Pensions-run job support to be scrapped and for local areas to step in to provide better help to disabled people.

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