Unemployment in Scotland has fallen below 100,000 for the first time, new figures have revealed.
Record numbers of people are in work and job vacancies are at their joint highest level since 2001, new figures have revealed.
Scotland’s unemployment rate has fallen to record low, with new figures showing 3.7% of the population do not have a job.
Record numbers of people are in work and average earnings are at their highest level for a decade, new figures reveal.
Unemployment has increased by 21,000 even though record numbers of people are in work, new figures reveal.
Unemployment in some parts of the north and north-east is falling faster than national trends, new figures showed yesterday.
Falling unemployment in the north-east and a “buoyant” job market in the north have put a shine on disappointing figures for the number of Scots in and out of work.
The Scottish economy is still fragile despite official new figures highlighting a “robust” labour market, a leading think-tank said yesterday.
A north-east MP has claimed the true level of unemployment in Aberdeenshire may be masked by unclaimed benefit.
The number of people in Scotland without a job fell by 7,000 in the three months to July.
Unemployment has fallen by 25,000 in three months, bringing the jobless total in Scotland to the lowest level since 2008 and below the UK rate
The number of people claiming unemployment benefits in Banff and Buchan has increased by over 70% since last year.
Scotland's economy has grown past its pre-recession peak to a new record level, official figures show.