Channel 4 Jobs Report
Where do we find 2.5 million jobs? In this multimedia project we tackle the biggest question facing the UK economy
The Channel 4 Jobs Report tracks eight UK cities and regions to get a snapshot of how many jobs are being created. But we want to hear from you - tell us the jobs story in your area here.
To kick off the Channel 4 Jobs Report, Business Correspondent Sarah Smith looks at what happens behind the scenes to create just one job out of the 2.5 million that are needed.
As job creation becomes a crucial issue in 2012, Channel 4 News looks behind the headlines at how the UK is faring in the first quarter of the year.
The government is paying too much money, too easily, on apprenticeship schemes, leading to "excessive" profits being made at the public's expense, according to a new report.
A4e received £46m from the taxpayer in the first year of the government's flagship Work Programme - despite failing to meet minimum targets for getting the long-term unemployed into work.
Extensions to houses and business properties will be made easier as part of a package of government measures to help kick start the economy.
Students waiting for their GCSE results this week have seen the most "dramatic" changes to their prospects than any other secondary school year group for 70 years, according to a report.
As latest government figures show a drop in the number of people without work - despite the recession - Channel 4 News speaks to one of the economists who are scratching their heads to explain why.
Unemployment falls by 46,000 between April and June to 2.56 million, according to the Office of National Statistics (ONS). Much of the fall was recorded in London, suggesting an Olympics boost.