Unemployment Falls in Three Months After Brexit Vote to 11 Year-Low
(REUTERS) – Britain’s unemployment rate fell in the first three months after the Brexit vote to its lowest level in 11 years but there were some signs that a slowdown in the labour market could be coming.
The unemployment rate edged down to 4.8 percent in the July-September period, compared with a median forecast of 4.9 percent in a Reuters poll of economists.
But the number of people in work rose by 49,000, the slowest increase since the three months to March this year, the Office for National Statistics said. – READ MORE