U.K. joblessness to peak in 2011 at 3.25M, economist says

The number of unemployed workers in the U.K. will reach 3.25 million in the first quarter of 2011, said Vicky Redwood, an economist at Capital Economics. That would put joblessness at the same level as 1984, when the country experienced its highest unemployment rate since World War II.

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