Shopping for jobs

28th May 2010 at 01:00

Hopwood Hall College has been working with Tesco to provide training to help unemployed local people back into work. The college teamed up with the company to mark the opening of a new store at Middleton, near Manchester, as part of the Tesco Local Employment Partnership scheme. Natalie Davies, who co-ordinated the training at the college, said: "The benefits are reducing unemployment in the borough and engaging the long- term unemployed properly to enable them to meet the challenge of work."

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