is it harder to get a job now compared to before COVID?

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Depends on the local area & regions of travel, type of job and pay expectations.
It is easier to get some jobs than pre-pandemic and more difficult to get other jobs.
But remaining in employment on a full time permanent contract for more than 2 years is quite difficult in many companies and industries.
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(Original post by londonmyst)
Depends on the local area & regions of travel, type of job and pay expectations.
It is easier to get some jobs than pre-pandemic and more difficult to get other jobs.
But remaining in employment on a full time permanent contract for more than 2 years is quite difficult in many companies and industries.
*Looks at the ageing workforce in my workplace*
*Remembers most of them are basically part of the furniture*

Hmmm

Naaah, my place is probably an exception. Lots of guys who've been here since the takeover, many of whom have seen the workplace under a number of companies and have worked there since the building was built. We have a harder time keeping people around. Seems like no one new wants to work at our place. It'll be 4 years in March for me, 2 on contract in September.

But yeah, deffo agree. Lots of variables, depends on the area, job, pay, management, etc...
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where do u live
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where do u live
I live in London, Tower Hamlets.
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I live in London, Tower Hamlets.
Call M&S Kings College Hospital. It's about 30 mins away from where you live. Call how you saw it was busy and ask if there are any jobs available.
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