The Treasury Committee says "significant" measures may be needed later to improve public finances.
The professional body for HR said apprenticeship starts have fallen and far fewer have gone to young people.
With hospitality closed during lockdown, charities and apps are stepping in to help cut food waste.
A report by MPs found the number of people claiming jobless benefits was much higher near the top 20 UK airports.
Writing ahead of the Budget, the MPs say the tax should be cut now and reformed in the long term.
The pandemic is changing the jobs market. What happens to young and old trying to find work?
The drop reflects tougher foreign investment laws and the effects of Covid-19.
The chancellor is to provide more funding for the programme, which has now given 20m first doses.
But the chancellor says he wants "to be honest" with the public about the shock suffered by the economy.
The BBC looks at the state of the UK economy ahead of the spring Budget.
Grants for 700,000 firms in England come as Rishi Sunak warns of a "challenge" ahead of the Budget.
Lower commuting costs, cancelled holidays and fewer meals out boost some bank accounts, a report says.
The Serum Institute of India isn't a household name, but it's the world's largest vaccine maker.
The chancellor says public finances are facing a "challenge" from the impact of the pandemic.
A growing number of tech firms are helping farmers better look after their animals and crops.
Influencers can have a bad reputation but for some people they have proved to be a business lifeline.
A devaluing currency and hard economic conditions make cryptocurrencies attractive despite the risks.
Why do people like to use ancient personal organisers and music players?
BBC editors Faisal Islam and Simon Jack tell us what Chancellor Rishi Sunak might have in store.