According to the UK's Office for National Statistics, the number of 16 to 24-year-olds in employment fell by 156,000 in the three months leading up to July.
The coronavirus pandemic has caused unemployment to skyrocket across Europe, and young people are among the most likely to lose out.
An email sent by the manager of Urban Outfitters’ flagship London store, seen by VICE News, states that UK sales have suffered during the pandemic.
"The lowest I’ve been paid is when working in 1993 – £1.75 an hour. Today’s workers aren’t paid any better."
According to Ask a Manager's Alison Green, it's not cool to talk about your "perfect bush" in the office, or grill a co-worker about her recent divorce.
With the future still wildly uncertain, employers' plans for returning to the office are constantly changing. We asked readers what they've heard about when they will supposedly be back.
“I was so angry because it was just insulting to students that it took a week and this is what they thought solidarity was."
When I was laid off, my headaches vanished. It took a pandemic to see that overwork isn’t achievement.
This pandemic has been hard as hell for parents—is it fair for people without kids to pick up the slack?