Why has the fertility rate risen over the last decade in England and Wales?
17-Jun-2013The fertility rate peaked in 2010 with the highest total fertility rate since 1973
Babies born in England and Wales had a father with an average age of 32.6 in 2011
12-Jun-2013Fathers tend to be older than mothers
170 Years of Industrial Change across England and Wales
05-Jun-2013This story looks at 170 years of industrial change across England and Wales and some of the factors driving it. It draws on data from censuses since 1841 and shows that much of this change has been in the last 100 years.
After 170 years of labour market change, now only 1% of workers are in agriculture
05-Jun-2013Census data to look at how the proportions of people employed in different industries has changed since 1841
Video Summary: 170 years of industrial change in England and Wales
05-Jun-2013Short video from the ONS looking at 170 years of industrial change in England and Wales. First it looks at which industries people worked in in 1841 and compared it to 2011, as well as, looking at the patterns of change across the whole period. Next it covers the key developments that have had an impact on the main industries in England and Wales, including the steam locamotive, electric telegraph, nuclear power and the world wide web. Lastly it focuses on 2011 and looks at the gender breakdown across the main industries in England and Wales.
Summary: Providing unpaid care may have an adverse affect on young carers’ general health
04-Jun-2013A summary of unpaid care by 5 to 17-year-olds in England and Wales
2001 vs 2011 Census - Country of birth comparison tool
Compare the age-sex structures of countries of birth for usual residents in England and Wales