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Jobs plan must be realistic to succeed

The government is promising it will produce a jobs strategy to boost employment. In the past, such grand plans have, all too often, been a mix of unspecified targets - a collection of a lot of things

15th January, 2012

The government is promising it will produce a jobs strategy to boost employment.

In the past, such grand plans have, all too often, been a mix of unspecified targets - a collection of a lot of things that were already under way and a few new ideas thrown in, not all of which ever see the light of day. It is important that the plan now produced is realistic and concrete, and does what it...

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