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How the global recession has affected jobs in the Country


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In the United kingdom the unemployment situation has taken a down slide over the preceding years. The rising cost of living, transport costs, petrol tax and a down turn in manufacturing has all had its effect on the career situation in the British isles. Our government is making more cut backs and greater job loses are estimated in the future and there is very little sign of the recession receding in the future. All of the Nation has been affected with very little exception, Manchester, London, Liverpool and Birmingham have all have all suffered under the current economic climate, all the principal cities and towns have seen an increase in unemployment.
It is not all doom and gloom for some industry sectors though, a large amount of market sectors are blooming right now, insurance firms, banks and the accident claims organizations mainly the no win no fee law practices are all making a profit at this present moment in time.

The financial institutions always seem to be making a profit, and there higher managers are always receiving massive cash rewards, it seems a bit ironic though when its down to the banks for the state of the economic climate that we are in this present day. It is fair to say that we are all paying for there mistakes of the previous years, and the working class families are the ones who are inevitably struggling as a result. There are job opportunities available in the financial sector from directorial jobs down to teller staff, this is another field of business that will always be in demand.

Insurance providers are another area that always seem to be making money, as a legal requirement for all motorists in the UK it is not avoidable and we all have to pay motor insurance in order to comply with the law of the land. A career in this business arena would be a clever move, as we are legally bound to purchase insurance whether it be vehicle insurance, house insurance or any other variety of insurance policy that is pushed our way.

Accident claims are also now big business with a lot of money involved, the no win no fee claim has opened the flood gates for endless thousands of claims. No win no fee has allowed the average individual to make an accident claim for personal loss or injury which he or she wouldn't be able to afford in the past. This would be a good arena to get into but you would have to retrain in the legal profession which by no means is easy. But saying that there are other roles in the no win no fee industry that do not require a degree in law. There a pa jobs, clerical jobs and other administrative roles available in this arena.

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