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More than 1,100 more people in the county are claiming unemployment benefits according to the latest figures.
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The latest expansion of broadband firm Openreach will help drive its roll-out of high-speed internet across the country.
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Dole queues lengthened by 640 people across Kent as unemployment increased nationally by a small margin.
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Department store Marks & Spencer is looking for 'moment makers' to serve customers in run-up to the big day.
The number of people on unemployment benefits in Kent has risen by more than 300 in the last month - with women accounting for most of the increase.
A house builder is looking to employ more than 140 people to work at a pre-fabricated homes factory.
Councillors have approved a supermarket giant’s plans to move to a bigger store.
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Mental health hospital is recruiting a raft of staff for its opening later this year.
The number of people on unemployment benefits in Kent has increased for the seventh consecutive month.
More people began claiming unemployment benefits across the county last month.
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