Carshalton and Wallington MP Tom Brake welcomes job boost for young people
The hunt for jobs could become easier for over 2,000 young people in Sutton as National Insurance Contributions for under 21-years-olds are abolished.
Around 2,960 people in Sutton could benefit as their employer will no longer have to pay contributions.
Businesses could save £1,000 each year for every young employee earning £16,000.
I want to stay focused on getting young people into work and this is exactly the kind of initiative needed to give businesses a break and encourage them to start recruiting.”
He believes the decision could help build a stronger economy as businesses grow and create more jobs.
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