Carol Paton Editor at large

There was a strong bounce-back in employment with the easing of the lockdown in the last quarter of 2020, with 2.1-million people finding work again after the loss of 2.8-million jobs recorded in July.

This is the finding of the Nids-Cram survey, a social survey of the effect of the pandemic and the lockdown on a sample of about 6,000 individuals, conducted by 30 academics at several universities...

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