It has been more than a year since the last referendum where Britain shockingly decided to move put from the European Union. This move of Britain created waves not only in Europe but all around the world. There were various different predictions in terms of a significant drop in currency, stock market index, businesses opportunities, and the job sector.
However, the recent reports coming from the researchers and experts have shown that instead of all the speculation of the Britain economy dropping down alarmingly, not much of the Britain has been impacted by the historic decision.
As per the current statistics available, the inflation rate in the UK is relatively low as compared to what was expected, however, it had seen a higher rate immediately after the referendum was held. Another positive statistics shown by the UK researchers is a great drop in the rate of unemployment in the country with a groundbreaking lowest unemployment rate in the last 40 years.
The UK has been successfully creating various job opportunities and the job market is seeing an increased surge as the country is now safeguarding jobs and creating new ones in line with the foreign direct investment (FDI).