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Graduates handed employment promise
Friday, 16 April 2010
Science, Engineering and IT
Recent university leavers looking for graduate jobs in science, engineering and IT may be interested to hear the views of a Labour MP who has said he believes that unemployment has peaked.
David Kidney, the MP for Stafford, and a junior minister with the Department of Energy and Climate Change, said that his party intends on directing help towards companies in areas where there is going to be growth in jobs, such as life sciences.
He added: "I hesitate to say that we are on an upward employment curve because I think there will be months when the news might still be bad rather than good. Certainly the last nine months have been very encouraging.
"In terms of wanting there to be good quality jobs throughout the economy and throughout the country, we are very keen on stimulating each region of the economy."
The leader of the Labour Party and incumbent prime minister, Gordon Brown, was locked in battle with his rivals for the next government last night (April 15th) in the first ever leaders debate.
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