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firms facing a digital skills shortage

According to a new study from The Open University, 69% of firms are having difficulty finding employees with adequate digital skills.

According to the study results, the majority of employers (77%) believe they have a digital skills gap in their organization and are struggling to hire new personnel with suitable digital abilities and upskill their present employees.

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More than 1 in every 5 Britons suffers from mental health problems as a result of their financial position

In the UK, search phrases like ‘I can’t afford my bills’ (+400) and ‘I am always worried about money’ (+300 percent) have risen dramatically in the last 90 days. These figures illustrate that money has a significant influence on mental health across the country.

In reaction to these findings, Lowell, a credit management business, performed research into the financial difficulties that Britons are experiencing.

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When it comes to hiring, small company owners prioritise personal qualities above professional ones

According to a recent study performed by iwoca, as small company vacancies reach record highs, owners are increasingly seeking for personal skills rather than professional ones when recruiting.

The results of a recent poll indicate the most significant qualities that small company owners seek for in new workers, as well as the factors that influence their hiring decisions.

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The era of the ‘great incorporation’ has arrived, with a record number of enterprises being formed in 2021

According to recent research, a record number of Britons started their own business, with over 810,000 new businesses being registered in 2021.

According to a Go1 analysis on e-learning, this represents a new record increase of 21%. A third of Britons (32%), according to the statistics, have received training to start their own business, indicating that this is a trend that will continue to produce a new generation of entrepreneurs.

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