The first post-Brexit MK Jobs Show begins in Milton Keynes later.
The two day event at the centre MK showcases employment and training opportunities from the region's employers.
Many organisations are exhibiting for the first time including: Vauxhall, Debenhams and Marks and Spencer.
The latest jobs stats from May to July 2016 show 1.63 million people unemployed, 39,000 fewer that the year before.
The housing market's expected to pick up again across the east following a dip after Brexit.
The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors says house prices will increase by 3.3% per year on average for the next five years.
This marks the most confident prediction given in the survey since the referendum vote, although not as strong as predictions made closer to the start of the year, when surveyors predicted annual price growth of more than 4%.
East Anglia has seen the strongest growth in the UK with 30 % of surveyors reporting price rises.
"There are clear signs that the housing market is settling down after the initial surprise of the outcome to the EU referendum. Buyer enquiries did dip again in August but only modestly, and more significantly, sales expectations are beginning to edge upwards once again."
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New figures show more than 13,000 households in the East of England faced eviction last year.
The charity Shelter says it's because of a lack of affordable housing and welfare cuts.
The towns in this region where people are most likely to lose their homes are Luton, Thurrock in Essex and Peterborough.
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Norwich, Cambridge and Milton Keynes are amongst the country's most successful towns and cities according to a new report.
The Centre for Cities think tank say those areas are growing because they are attractive to knowledge based businesses and have a high number of knowledge based jobs.
It also warns that without government investment in things such as housing and transport, that growth could be stifled.
A new way of promoting the county of Cambridgeshire as a tourist destination officially starts today.
Called 'Visit Cambridge and Beyond' it aims to encourage people to look further than just the city for days out.
More than five million tourists visit Cambridge each year which is worth £583 million to the city's economy. It accounts for 17 per cent of local employment.
86 per cent of people visiting Cambridge usually on come on day trips. The idea is to encourage people to stay longer and look further than just the city.