The programme helped millions of UK workers over the past 18 months.
As the furlough scheme come to an end, there will be a rise in unemployment. A Government minister assures it is part of the process. Simon Clarke, Chief Secretary to the Treasury said that there will be the type of consequences and some job losses.
Economists: unemployment is possibly happen as the furlough scheme ends
He explained, “Furlough has defended 11.6 million jobs in total. At some point, you have to close these crisis measures. People’s jobs will be formulated just as some have been lost, that is section of the process of finishing this crisis and going back to normal.”
Furlough scheme helped people
Mr Clarke also claimed that the government never said it could guard every job because the pandemic made an impact on the economy. It modified some things. However, he declared that there are these opportunities there.
He clarified as the £70 billion furlough programme finishes on Thursday. The programme helped millions of UK workers over the past 18 months.
Furlough scheme end, unemployment might happen
Office for National Statistics (ONS) make the latest measures that dilemma continues for the future of almost one million workers. They were supposed to be still getting support from the financial system at the end of September.
The Department for Work and Pensions published a new £500 million scheme to help weak households over winter.
Alan Custis, head of UK equities at Lazard Asset Management, said the rate of unemployment is expected to turn higher again. Though, it had fallen to 4.6% last month.
“There will also be a portion who take retirement over returning to work. Yet, we would assume the lay-off rate to fall at around 5% for the year-end, before falling in 2022,” he replied.