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What next for the UK’s furloughed workers?

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Abigail Adams-Prassl (University of Oxford) talks to Tim Phillips about recent research on the UK's furloughed workers, including who exactly has been furloughed, what effect this had on whether they actually continued to work or not and what the likely prospects are for their employment going forward.  This is an audio-only version of Vox video interview The UK's furloughed workers: Who, why, what next?

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Abigail Adams-Prassl (University of Oxford) talks to Tim Phillips about recent research on the UK's furloughed workers, including who exactly has been furloughed, what effect this had on whether they actually continued to work or not and what the likely prospects are for their employment going forward. 

This is an audio-only version of Vox video interview The UK's furloughed workers: Who, why, what next?

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