The jobs market can change in a blink of an eye and this year has demonstrated just that. Looking back to February 2020, employment was at a high of 76.5%, according to ONS data, making the market a candidate-driven one, however fast-forward to today, employment has sadly taken a nosedive. Due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, 700,000 jobs have been lost, Government data has revealed, indicating just how quickly things can change. Not only that, but jobs have also come and gone depending on the era and what skills are required. For example, modern jobseekers looking through employment pages within newspapers from 150 years ago may struggle to find a role that matches their skillset, as job adverts would seek milliners, dressmakers and servants. This is a far cry from the most common...
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