More jobs and better pay are expected to push up unemployment rates in the UK.

A study published on Tuesday said the unemployment rate fell by 5.4 percentage points to 7.4% in September, the lowest rate in the OECD, after adjusting for inflation.

The report from Oxford Economics found that unemployment fell to a six-year low in October last year.

The fall in unemployment has been attributed to a rebound in the economy, which has recovered from the impact of the Brexit vote.

The study also found that the number of people without a job dropped by 7% in the past month, and by a quarter in the first nine months of the year.

It said that this reflected the fact that the government is implementing a series of measures to boost the economy.

This included the introduction of a £100m job creation fund, as well as measures such as higher public spending.

The jobless are expected have fallen to a record low in 2018, according to Oxford Economics.

It is expected that the economy will be growing at 2.7% this year, but the Oxford Economics study said that the figure could fall further if unemployment rises further.

The British government has been pushing ahead with measures to try and ease the pressure on the economy from Brexit.

In the past year, the number has fallen by 9.1% in real terms.