Almost three million people have moved off the furlough scheme since March as the economy began to bounce back and businesses reopened, according to new statistics.
This is unsurprising as employers are now expected to cover 20% of any hours not worked with government providing 60%.
It will be sobering to see how the final closing of the furlough scheme on 30 September will affect unemployment rates.
Readers who are still undecided how to respond to these changes will need to make possibly agonising decisions in the coming month.
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