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But public policy must be informed by a recognition of the effects of falling birth rates
Managers should listen to junior staff, offer good training but not pander to their every whim
It has benefited from a steady influx of working-age people over the past 40 years, but now risks forfeiting that privilege
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More effort should go into tracking down the owners of lost accounts
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Social media platform is the latest to dabble in digital assets to attract influencers despite crypto crash
UN reports overall decline in pandemic-hit Europe and slowdown elsewhere
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Census shows nearly one-fifth of people are over 65 as two nations report largest-ever number of residents
A positive employment trend for young women masks a rise in the proportion of inactive young men
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Seeking FT readers prepared to chat about how rising inflation is affecting their lives
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Almost half a million fewer people were in paid work in first quarter than before pandemic