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Property prices and zero hours contracts 'forcing young workers off Island'

Union calls for more to be done to keep residents here

The Isle of Man needs to give young people something to keep them on the Island.

That's from a trade union representative who fears rising house prices, and the impact of zero hours contracts, is driving workers to the UK.

One Manx estate agent recently claimed property prices were rising by up to £1,000 per week.

Debbie Halsall, from Unite, says something needs to be done:

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