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8000 more people in the region have managed to find a job in the last month, according to figures released today.
Across the region there are now 127,000 people still out of work. The number has fallen over the past three months.
At the University of the West of England, 3000 students are expected at a careers fair today, from the first to third year. 130 employers are there: more wanted to come but the fair was fully booked.
"I definitely think a degree is the chance of getting a job. And I need to start paying off my loan."
"I think jobs fairs are ideal for getting in front of prospective employers. I'm confident I will find a job this way."
A man has died after being pulled from the River Avon in Melksham.
Police officers and ambulance staff treated the man at the riverside, but he was pronounced dead on arrival at hospital.
The man, aged in his 70’s, is believed to have gone missing from his home address earlier that afternoon.
Reports state that he was seen near to Tower Road, which is close to home, with blood on his face, before walking through town and then being discovered in the river.
Police say there is no information to suggest that a crime has taken place and the death is being treated as unexplained.
Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101.