Which is the bigger surprise: that job vacancies have fallen by 42 per cent since the UK’s lockdown started or that there are still nearly half a million out there?

Some may answer the latter, and that says a lot about where we are.

The Institute for Employment Studies produced the figures, using data from job site Adzuna, as part of an analysis funded by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

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