As the unemployment rate nears the 10 percent mark, the United Kingdom is struggling to find a way to keep its young people employed and to pay the bills.
The country has one of the highest unemployment rates in Europe and has been grappling with the fallout from the financial crisis.
The UK is one of only a handful of EU nations to remain in the eurozone, the common currency unit.
The other are Germany, Italy, Spain, and Greece.
In January, the UK voted to leave the EU, triggering an economic crisis and political upheaval in the country.
But despite the country’s financial difficulties, it has made significant progress in attracting workers.
In January, UK Prime Minister David Cameron signed a major trade deal with the European Union that will see the UK join a trading bloc known as the European Free Trade Association (EFTA).
But the government has yet to decide on the details of the deal, and Cameron’s government has struggled to negotiate the terms of the agreement with the EU.
As a result, UK employers are struggling to fill the jobs vacancies.
The country has around 13,000 open jobs, according to a government report published in January.
The report said that about 1,000 positions were available each month.
According to the report, the number of jobs being created in the UK has fallen since the start of the recession in 2008, when a total of 4,831 people were unemployed.
But the report found that in December, 1,096 people were employed in the private sector.
Accordingly, the government is in the process of renegotiating its trade deal.
The new deal will likely include provisions that will make it easier for the UK to negotiate better deals for British companies.
The British government estimates that it will cost the country between $8 billion and $9 billion per year.
According To The Daily Telegraph, the new trade deal is not the only reason that unemployment has soared in the last year.
In February, the British government’s Employment Advisory Council estimated that around 7.6 million Britons were unemployed as of March.