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nnnnn unemployment's falling i gain the office of national statistics reporting forty three thousand fewer people out of work between february and april that means about one point eight million on the dole or a jobless rate of five point five percent , bill schoenberg is righteous chief economics correspondent in the u. k. , for the british recovery which is kind of about two years seems to be carrying on with pretty much the same condiments and , for as perhaps a slight slowdown in the number of people that i still found employment in april the three months i feel rather at from the previous reading that could be something to do with uncertainty about the outcome of the election but generally with singers trends of strong job creation continuing and what's new is righteous thoughts and to see some strong which are piety growth as well , average weekly wages grew by two point seven percent compared to the same period last year that's the fastest rate since the summer of twenty eleven and faster than expected , with inflation near zero rising pay means a boost , power of household spending on work cash in your pocket after five years of people pay hikes