Unemployment in Dundee has risen over the past year — despite a drop in benefit claimants each month since August.
A social enterprise company is celebrating after helping almost 80 Dundonians into work in six months.
A work service manager at Dundee Jobcentre Plus has said she’s proud of how it has performed in getting redundant workers rehired throughout 2016.
More than 170 people have been helped into employment and 1,000 more with no or low qualifications have registered for community-based learning programmes in the past 12 months.
Dundonians applying for seasonal Christmas jobs has resulted in 155 fewer people claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance in the last month.
A social enterprise is celebrating helping dozens of Dundee workers into work.
A Dundee jobs fair led to 150 people finding employment, according to industry experts.
“What about the rest of us?”
CONCERNS have been raised over the future of a Dundee engineering firm.
Football has always been popular with Dundonians, and one organisation is hoping to kick-start new opportunities through the beautiful game.
A GROUP of Dundonian apprentices have taken their first step in their future careers with help from Dundee City Council.
From dressing well to having good IT skills — there are many strings to succeeding in the work place.
Dundee has consistently had one of the highest rates of unemployment in Scotland.
THE number of people claiming out-of-work benefits in Dundee has dropped by more than 2,000 over the last three years.
AT LEAST seven workers have been sacked by one of Dundee’s biggest employers after they failed a random drugs test.