work

More than half of Brits expect to work past state pension age because they haven't saved enough for retirement

Most British adults now expect to keep working past state retirement age because they do not have enough saved in their pension, with many expecting to turn to the 'gig economy' or temporary work, a new survey shows.

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Ambitious British teens expect to be earning £70,000 by the time they are 30

While it is always good to be ambitious, a new survey has revealed that British teenagers may have slightly unrealistic expectations about their futures.

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Could you do your job in four days instead of five? Think tank reports calls for four-day work week

Workers should only work four days a week as it increases productivity and wellbeing, according to a new think tank report.

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Living the dream: Can you really work from anywhere in the world?

Have cold, dark days got you dreaming of ditching the rush-hour commute for a beachside café, or switching cities so you can combine work with a passion for travel?

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How to get a pay rise in 2019

I’ve employed hundreds of people and have seen many great and many awful pitches for a pay rise.

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New rights to protect gig economy workers: here's what they mean for you

The government is setting out what it claims is the biggest package of workplace reforms for over 20 years to meet the challenges of the changing world of work and the growing gig economy.

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How much of your income would you sacrifice for more free time? One in two Brits would give up £2,000 a year

The pressure of the increasingly demanding work culture in the UK means more and more people are experiencing work-related stress.

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Could you claim a uniform tax rebate? Here's how to do it for free

Workers eligible for tax rebates on work expenses such as tools and uniforms should avoid paying fees for a free claim.

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Funny money: get paid £20 an hour to enter competitions for others

People looking to make some extra cash can sign up to a service and enter competitions on behalf of others. 

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Dame Helen Morrissey: Men and women need to work together to bring more women into the boardroom

As the number of female board members reaches nearly one in three, Helena Morrissey, head of personal investing at Legal & General, says this has been achieved because men have been involved.

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