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Showing 13 articles, in Economy
Sheffield Hallam University, in partnership with leading EdTech firm OSTC, have announced the launch of a new course aimed at post-graduate students who wish to pursue a career as a trader within financial markets.
Universities, employers, and local leaders will be working together to create thousands of local jobs as the recovery from the pandemic gathers pace.
Most areas of the UK saw a ‘concerted and well-coordinated’ effort from local government to support communities and businesses during Covid-19.
Unemployment in older industrial Britain is now above the levels experienced in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis.
A programme led by the city’s two universities which supports regional companies to innovate has helped SMEs to transform their business during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Sheffield Hallam-led project awarded £1.8m funding to support regional businesses to innovate and grow
A new project led by Sheffield Hallam University and Barnsley Council will provide free support for businesses in the Sheffield City Region to increase their competitiveness through digital innovations.
Research exposes complexity of the UK’s ‘productivity problem’
Sheffield Hallam University and The Sheffield College have announced a new strategic partnership which will support the post Covid-19 recovery
As the Chancellor sets out a £2 billion support package to prevent a youth unemployment crisis in the wake of Covid-19, a new report by Sheffield Hallam University recommends double that amount could be needed.
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