Can big business solve unemployment?
Prime Minister David Cameron has promised to establish the "most pro-business, pro-growth, pro-jobs agenda ever unleashed by a government". How can the jobs market be stimulated?
The Prime Minister has meet with bosses of some of the UK's biggest firms to look at what more the government can do to create jobs in the private sector.
Senior executives of the firms David Cameron met are promising to create thousands of jobs and apprenticeships in an attempt to generate some confidence in the economy.
But Labour said the government's cuts would stifle economic growth.
Are you looking for work? What can this jobs summit achieve? Is this the right economic strategy? Should employment laws be reformed?
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