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Millions to get more money in their pay packets from this month

Millions to get more money in their pay packets from this month

04 July 2022

Millions of workers are expected to see their take-home pay increase from this month thanks to changes to National Insurance contributions.

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Hundreds of jobs up for grabs at shopping centre

Hundreds of jobs up for grabs at shopping centre

01 July 2022

A major jobs fair takes place next week - with more than 40 employers seeking staff.

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Kickstart a career in journalism with a KM apprenticeship

27 May 2022

Become a KentOnline apprentice and discover the exciting world of print, digital, radio and TV broadcasting.

Aldi creating 175 jobs in Kent paying up to £63k

Aldi creating 175 jobs in Kent paying up to £63k

31 March 2022

A supermarket giant is creating 175 jobs across Kent, with salaries of up to £63,000.

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'We desperately need jobs': Council backs London Resort

'We desperately need jobs': Council backs London Resort

18 March 2022

A council has backed proposals for a multi-billion pound theme park billed as Kent's answer to Disneyland, explaining it "desperately needs jobs".

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Parcel giant to create 150 jobs

Parcel giant to create 150 jobs

03 March 2022

A leading parcel delivery firm is expanding in the county and plans to hire 150 new full and part-time staff when it opens later this year.

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Major salad farm to be built on park

Major salad farm to be built on park

03 March 2022

Another big salad farm is coming to the county - creating dozens of jobs in the process.

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Brompton bikes reveals plans for huge factory

Brompton bikes reveals plans for huge factory

25 February 2022

Bike maker Brompton has revealed plans to move its global headquarters to Kent and build a multi-million pound factory, creating thousands of jobs.

Brexit developments bringing hundreds of jobs

Brexit developments bringing hundreds of jobs

16 January 2022

A recruitment bonanza has opened up as a key Brexit change will see more checks needed on goods and food.

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Young people encouraged to take up lorry driving

Young people encouraged to take up lorry driving

03 October 2021

KCC's economic director has suggested young people could help solve driver shortages faced by the haulage industry.

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Amazon to recruit hundreds of seasonal workers

Amazon to recruit hundreds of seasonal workers

28 September 2021

The online retailer is looking to hire hundreds of seasonal workers in Kent as part of a recruitment drive at its huge new £205m warehouse.

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Social care service wants to create 'army of caregivers'

Social care service wants to create 'army of caregivers'

27 September 2021

A care company has numerous vacancies available as they encourage people to apply for growing sector which can "future proof their careers".

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Opening date for new Aldi revealed

Opening date for new Aldi revealed

20 September 2021

The opening date for Kent's newest Aldi has been revealed - with the launch heralding the creation of about 40 jobs.

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John Lewis to create thousands of Christmas jobs - with free food and drink among the perks

John Lewis to create thousands of Christmas jobs - with free food and drink among the perks

15 September 2021

John Lewis is looking to recruit more than 7,000 people to festive job roles across the company, including at Waitrose supermarkets.

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'The end of furlough is unlikely to be a silver bullet to the ongoing shortages'

'The end of furlough is unlikely to be a silver bullet to the ongoing shortages'

15 September 2021

Just what will the impact be of the end of the furlough scheme when it wraps up later this month?

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New students risk being the target for tax scams

New students risk being the target for tax scams

14 September 2021

Students looking for part-time jobs risk falling victim to tax scams, warns HMRC, as hundreds of thousands get ready to head off to university.

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Universal Credit cut explained - as charities warn working families will be hit hardest

Universal Credit cut explained - as charities warn working families will be hit hardest

14 September 2021

Working families may be left struggling to pay for food and heating when Universal Credit is cut. But what is the reduction and why is it happening?

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Live: How to find a job after the pandemic

Live: How to find a job after the pandemic

15 July 2021

Join us for a live-streamed episode of The Lowdown, where we'll be discussing how to find a job after Covid-19.

Lidl launches bid for new store

Lidl launches bid for new store

14 July 2021

A budget supermarket giant has submitted plans to build a second branch as it eyes up expansion opportunities locally.

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Aldi reveals bid for new supermarket

Aldi reveals bid for new supermarket

10 July 2021

Budget supermarket chain Aldi has unveiled plans to open its second branch in a Kent town - creating 50 new jobs.

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