Unemployment in the UK fell again in the last three months, seeing a drop of 97,000 to 1.86 million or 5.7% of the workforce.
With the number in work growing by 103,000 between October and December 2014, the labour market looks like it is returning to some measure of health.
One of the big problems of the recession is the rise of fake self-employment, driven by those made redundant who could not find paid work.
This is only now starting to unwind, with a small drop of 19,000 to 4.4 million in the last three months, but still up by 88,000 on the year. Read more about Unemployment falls but UK not out of the woods yet