Jobseekers on Universal Credit will have to look for jobs outside their chosen field more quickly or face sanctions under new government plans.
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From Thursday, people will have to look outside their sectors after just four weeks, rather than three months.
If they fail to make "reasonable efforts" to get a job, or turn down employment, they could see their benefit payment reduced.
Ministers want 500,000 jobseekers in work by the end of June.
As part of the jobs push - called "Way to Work" - claimants will have to widen their job search outside their previous occupation or sector.
The move is intended to target those who are able to work but either do not have a job or are earning low amounts.
Job vacancies hit a record high of 1.22 million between September and November.
Work and Pensions Secretary Therese Coffey said: "Helping people get any job now, means they can get a better job and progress into a career.
"Way to Work is a step change in our offer to claimants and employers, making sure our jobcentre network and excellent work coaches can deliver opportunities, jobs and prosperity to all areas of the country."