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95% of British businesses say the new national living wage won’t discourage recruiting

Seventy one per cent of British Businesses do not believe David Cameron’s target of full employment will be achieved in the next five years, according to new research by totaljobs. The data, released today, also reveals that 43 percent of jobseekers say that they have been more selective about the roles that they have taken over the last three years.

People leaving the country after the recession will lead to more jobs vacancies which need to be filled, according to a voluntary lobbying organisation. There has been a lot of immigration over the last three years which will reverse as people return to their own countries, the Local Government Association (LGA) says. In a recent…