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Graduate job hopes raised by secretary of state for Wales
Thursday, 31 December 2009
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The secretary of state for Wales Peter Hain has vowed to try and stop the unemployment rot in his New Year message.
Mr Hain called upon voters to re-elect the government as they "go for growth while helping people back into employment".
He added that: "Faster growth means more people going back to work and cutting the costs of unemployment."
Graduate job hunters looking for positive signs will be cheered by Mr Hain's New Year resolution to "continue to work for growth, jobs and fairness in Wales".
The secretary of state also reiterated the success of the Future Jobs Scheme which has created 4,300 jobs in Wales since July, but warned job seekers that unemployment may still rise in 2010.
Mr Hain recently spoke out against the BBC's decision to allow British National Party leader Nick Griffin to take part in a televised debate on Question Time.