A discount retailer is now recruiting staff ahead of opening at a former Homebase store that will have been vacant for three years.
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While some people have seen work dry up there are also new roles being created to meet the shifting demand caused by the virus outbreak.
Sales staff at one of the UK's largest house builders have been made to come in to work despite government advice to work remotely unless essential.
Rail companies marked International Women's Day early by running a service controlled solely by females.
More than 50 people have been left without jobs after an online tutoring company went into administration.
Discovery Park has been awarded a new status pushing it further towards its vision of becoming a world class centre of science excellence.
A budget chain says it received a record amount of applications for the 15 positions it advertised for its new town centre branch.
We take a look at which projects promised for 2019 were achieved.
A centre helping people find work has closed by a council amid changes to a government-funded programme.
The number of people claiming universal credit or job seeker's allowance in Kent has risen for the 16th month in a row.
Neighbours opposed to a scheme to redevelop the Syngenta site in Yalding as a business park say it could contaminate the River Medway.
From cricket balls to raging blazes, Ashes hero Geraint Jones has stumped us all with his latest career change announcement.
From professional elf to reindeer carer, here are some of the best ways to earn a little extra cash this Christmas.
The number of people claiming unemployment benefits has increased every month for the past year.
Nearly 500 more people are claiming unemployment benefits across Kent, the latest figures reveal.
Hundreds more people are claiming unemployment benefits across Kent, the latest figures reveal.
Supermarket giant Aldi has announced it will open its three new Kent stores later this year creating a huge number of jobs.
Dole queues lengthened by more than 1,700 people in the last month across Kent.
More than 50 Post Office employees in Kent are being forced to make a difficult decision about their future.
More than 1,100 more people in the county are claiming unemployment benefits according to the latest figures.
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Coronavirus is devastating families across the country. Here we pay tribute to those who have died from the virus in Kent.