By Imran Rahman-Jones
By Ione Wells
BBC Wales Westminster correspondent
Ariane Brumwell, 25, was first furloughed, then made redundant.
By Steffan Messenger
BBC Wales Environment Correspondent
Meet the young women who lost their jobs because of the Covid-19 pandemic, but went on to start their own businesses in order to make ends meet.
We already know young people are less likely to lose their life to coronavirus, but figures show they have more chance of losing their job.
The UK unemployment rate has risen to its highest level for two years, official figures show.
The unemployment rate grew to 4.1% in the three months to July, compared with 3.9% previously.
In the North East the rate is 5.2% which is unchanged over the last quarter.
By Tim Bowler
Business reporter, BBC News
By Brian Meechan
BBC Wales business correspondent
By Paul Lynch and Daniel Wainwright
By Bill Wilson and Dhruti Shah
By Katherine Sellgren
Family & Education reporter
Young workers are expected to be worst hit by the economic damage of the coronavirus pandemic.
By John Campbell
BBC News NI Economics & Business Editor