Culture Secretary: There are ‘greater opportunities’ with working from home

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    UK Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Oliver Dowden, announced new data on Thursday showing 100,000 new job openings in the tech sector in one week.

    “I think because we are used to working remotely, it means that there are greater opportunities to set up businesses from different parts of the UK and we’re trying to help that as well,” Dowden said.

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