With a road map out of the pandemic in sight, the government have invested in 10’000 work coaches to help get Britain back to work.
The government hopes this new strategy will help those seeking jobs and those who want to upskill to expanding sectors.
The Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, Thérèse Coffey, said: “With thousands of new Work Coaches on our frontline, we have made sure that support is there for every jobseeker – wherever you are in Britain and whatever your circumstances.
“This is part of our plans to build back better and get back on track as we begin to recover from coronavirus.”
Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, said: “Work Coaches are an important part of our £280bn Plan for Jobs – and throughout the pandemic, I’ve witnessed first-hand the key role they play.”
“I’m thrilled to see another 10,000 Work Coaches in jobcentres up and down the country, changing people’s lives for the better.”
This is excellent positive news for those who are eager to get back to work. Let’s hope after the pandemic, businesses will rebuild, high streets are invested in, and Britain rebounds rapidly with our new found freedom from the EU.
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