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The puzzle of UK’s half a million missing workers

 

For the first time, more than 2.5 million people in the UK are out of work because of a long-term health problem. The number has jumped by half a million since the start of the pandemic – but, BBC News analysis reveals, the impact is spread unevenly across the country, with some regions and types of job far more affected.

 

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