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The UK economy accelerated in the first quarter of year to grow by 0.5%, according to preliminary official figures. The ONS credited stockpiling by businesses and a rush to complete orders ahead of the Brexit that never happened.
Ernst & Young, one of the UK’s biggest graduate recruiters, has announced it will be removing the degree classification from its entry criteria, saying there is “no evidence” success at university correlates with achievement in later life.
The actuarial profession is among the top 10 jobs for salary and growth potential, American jobs listing portal CareerCast.com
Millennials spend £1,770 a month on average, more than twice as much as the annual state pension allowance they are likely to get, according to research.
For the third consecutive quarter, InsurTech funding surpassed the $1billion mark in the opening three months of 2019, with 85 deals recorded with a total value of $1.42 billion, according to Willis Towers Watson.