While a shy teacher (Moritz Bleibtreu) travels to meet the woman he loves, he picks up a hitchhiker (Christiane Paul) who has feelings for him.
Kayleigh Rennix has never struggled to find work before. The Hr Manager from Essex, was earning close to £40,000 sector work in education, before she joined in March, out of fear that their role was in danger. It has since been applied to dozens of jobs, But had little interest from employers.
"came to my leaving date, coronavirus his ugly face. I would say, I have applied for over 100 jobs and not had many call-backs," she says.
Kayleigh had planned to find a new job quickly and work may start after a vacation in Italy.
But the coronavirus pandemic, put paid to these plans. Now the 34-year-old has. relying on the use of the payments for the First Time in her life, and expects to be back with your parents, if your lease expires later in the summer
"My rent is £900 a month and my universal credit is € 740, so it's pretty stressful. I'm really grateful for relationships with My Friends and my family. My father gave me some money for something to eat. It's a roller coaster is really. "
Kayleigh is search among the millions of unemployed people who have found a job, while.
claims for universal credit, the benefit for working-age people in The First few weeks of lockdown.'I've been applying everywhere,'
It fears could be the Young People the worst hit.
Twenty-one-year-old Kevon McPherson from Hitchin, Hertfordshire, has been looking for work since he moved from his foster family in December.
"I have to say the application is absolutely everywhere, from dog-walking-jobs a care support worker looking after older people," he said.
Jobcentre staff directed Kevon to a course with youth charity The Prince 's Trust", the guard him with his local fire.Kevon McPherson had plans to be a fireman
With his mind that a career in firefighting was for him, Kevon the preparation for the necessary entrance exams was and start the application for the fire-fighting positions, if the Covid-19-outbreak put everything on hold.
"The firemen were really happy to me. I beat the trainers in the bleep-test [fitness]," he says.
Marcin Mazurkiewicz had just started a new job as a janitor in a Holiday Park in Argyll in Western Scotland in the United Kingdom in lockdown in March. Because he had only the function for one and a half week, Marcin employer was not able to bring him on vacation, so he went Back To stay with the family in Poland.
"In the media, she said, there is a massive demand for labour, like this, But that does not seem to be true any more," he says.
"I found a job for fruit picking-a day after it was posted online, and there was information to say they were in the process any more applications because it was filled immediately.Marcin Mazurkiewicz has struggled to find work on a farm
"I'm very worried, because My Life is more in the UK than in Poland. I want to return to the education system and stay there, forever. "
Marcin difficulties to find a job as no surprise, Russ Rogers come.
He started a Facebook group in hopes to connect people looking for work with jobs on British farms.
"On a daily basis, I get 10-15 messages to ask about The Group of people for the work. I have a phone number on the page, I have text messages that day from people, and E-Mails that people send to me your CV.
While the demand for labor has slowed down, there are some industries, which very quickly ramped up recruitment during the pandemic.
supermarkets have a spree on a setting, because the demand for food in the amount. With her business, Claire Leaman, says work has paid at Tesco and The Bills in
It is something Claire Leaman, 43, has claimed. In front of the coronavirus crisis, Claire your private delivery company that offers business development services for real estate and construction companies.
such As the United Kingdom went into lockdown, your business lost two important customers and Claire in a panic.
she took a job at Tesco in South Manchester, ensuring it was a safe distance between customers in the aisles. Then, the supermarket offered her a job as an order picker to fill online orders, which doubled during the pandemic.
"In this job you are part of the action with the pandemic. You're the key person, and I suppose that's satisfactory," she says.
Currently, the industry with The Most jobs advertised, THERE is, according to the recruitment firm total jobs.
But your experience in the tech sector, in connection with the recent boom in e-commerce, has you in a strong position," she says.
In just a week she already has interviews with five different companies.
"I'm a really positive person. I wouldn't say I'm in a bad Situation . "