City centres could lose £3 billion due to permanent changes caused by Covid-19, new study reveals
A new study led by Dr Jesse Matheson has calculated the long term economic impact of Covid-19 on city centres, and found that as the shift towards working from home moves businesses to suburban areas, centres stand to lose £3 billion in 2022.
Employment related COVID-19 exposure risk among disabled people in the UK
Research from the Department of Economics provides new evidence about the work-related exposure of disabled people to COVID-19.
Understanding ethnic differences in transitioning from school to the workforce
In an animated film premiering on 7 November 2021, Dr Gurleen Popli looks at the choices made by young people from different ethnicities when finishing compulsory schooling and examines the impact of socioeconomic backgrounds on these choices.University of Sheffield Player
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