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What strengthening employment market

The future's bright, the future's... oh bugger.

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The future's bright, the future's...

BLACK!! Black! Like the clouds of death that follow me into the Forest of Doom! And hide in the wardrobe of darkness! Black! Listen! Listen! Do you hear? The moon is weeping in a secret room! Oh! Oh! The monks are troubled and full of woe! I'm a fly! Trapped in a jar of shadows! They lock me in the cellar and feed me pins!

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BLACK!! Black! Like the clouds of death that follow me into the Forest of Doom! And hide in the wardrobe of darkness! Black! Listen! Listen! Do you hear? The moon is weeping in a secret room! Oh! Oh! The monks are troubled and full of woe! I'm a fly! Trapped in a jar of shadows! They lock me in the cellar and feed me pins!

:lol:

That the fast show character? :ph34r:

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No worries hey. The economies strong. HP's are going up, rates might even rise.

Who cares about a few jobs......

A couple of thousand possible homeowners might :)

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Guest X-QUORK

Hey yeah...let's all crack jokes about 2000 people losing their jobs, funny as f**k!! :rolleyes:

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I think this forum would get much wider respect if there was less gloating over news such as job losses. It makes you look very sad individuals indeed.

It might be your job that goes next so think on.

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I think this forum would get much wider respect if there was less gloating over news such as job losses. It makes you look very sad individuals indeed.

It might be your job that goes next so think on.

If we didn't laugh, we'd cry.

One or two one here have been made redundant, but have been lucky enough to get another job.

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http://www.kent-online.co.uk/business/news...trecord=-1.#IND

Gloomy forecast as employers tighten belts

by Trevor Sturgess

RISING unemployment
has been blamed on employers squeezing more productivity from their existing workforce instead of taking on new people.
Speaking at the Hilton Hotel in Maidstone, Royal Bank of Scotland Group chief economist Andrew McLaughlin said firms were no longer adding to the payroll but focusing instead on productivity.
While the UK had a reasonable record on economic stability, it had an unreasonable record on productivity.
Most firms now faced higher input costs but found it hard to pass them on
to consumers because of competitive pressures.

Tick tock, tick tock

Edited by Realistbear

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Guest Guy_Montag

I just hope the workers don't start marching! :ph34r:

I'm not happy about what's happening. Just trying to make light of a bad situation.

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