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But firms may be hesitant to take on permanent staff during the Covid crisis, new research suggests.
While restaurants and shops have been given tax breaks, firms that supply them fear for the future.
Friday's papers include "America's day of shame", and the PM's plan to vaccinate millions.
Words matter. So how did Republican and Democratic lawmakers choose to describe the chaos on Capitol Hill?
When Trump supporters stormed the Capitol they took out their cameras to record the chaos inside.
'Bethan' tested positive after being vaccinated and says staff morale is at an "all time low".
BBC Sport football expert Mark Lawrenson predicts the outcome of all 32 FA Cup third-round ties, with Radio 1 DJ Matt Edmondson joining him for selected matches.
We asked people around the US how they responded to the chaotic scenes from the US Capitol.
Boeing is to pay $2.5bn to settle US criminal charges over the 737 Max aircraft conspiracy.
The weekly applause is back - but its founder distances herself from the initiative.
The 35-year-old is one of four people who died amid an armed insurrection at the US Capitol.
Robert's face transplant was a medical miracle - his recovery since is a remarkable test of faith and identity.
Heather Watson fights back to beat Jodie Burrage as the British pair return to WTA action in Abu Dhabi.
Boris Johnson says the armed forces will use "battle preparation techniques" to help vaccinate millions.
Dozens are detained and calls grow for President Donald Trump to be removed before his term ends.
Travellers from Namibia, Zimbabwe, Angola, Botswana and Mauritius will be barred from entry.
Industry body calls for the early vaccination of workers to keep supply chains running smoothly.
Health officials say it was the only option due to the demand for beds as a result of Covid-19.
The UK prime minister also says the US president is "completely wrong" over his election fraud claims.
Teachers say they are struggling to meet the demand for places from key workers during the lockdown.