Job Centre set for digital upgrade with free Wi-Fi and biometrics

Charlee Gothard
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London Bridge branch testing new technological departure from queues and notice boards

The Job Centre is finally turning its back on a decidedly low-tech tradition and making a push to move into the future, with biometric software, free Wi-Fi, and PC workstations. Those who've spe...

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