More good news on jobs in the Wokingham constituency

Today’s employment and unemployment figures show further improvement in Wokingham. Last month there were 356 people on Jobseekers Allowance, down by 184 on a year earlier and down by 10 on November.

Wokingham is the 11th best constituency for low unemployment, with a rate of 0.6% of the working age population on Jobseekers Allowance. I am glad most have found jobs. The local labour market offers opportunities for those still looking for work.

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