Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games: Thousands of jobs unfilled

Richard Smith, from the Department of Work and Pensions, who was at a jobs fair at Villa Park, said people were still needed to fill roles in security, hospitality, stewardship and cleaning, which, he added, were also needed in the “wider economy” beyond this summer’s international sports event.

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