How effective is getting a job in helping people leave poverty?
10-Mar-2015Of those aged 18 to 59 who were in income poverty, but then entered employment between 2007 and 2012, 70% moved out of poverty. The other 30% remained in poverty, despite entering employment.
Real wages down by 8.5% since 2009
05-Apr-2013A summary of the article looking at how the average earnings of employees in London and the UK changed between 2002 and 2012, once adjusted to take account of inflation.
Poverty and Employment Transitions in the UK and EU, 2007-2012
10-Mar-2015The relationship between relative income poverty and participation in the labour market and the extent to which moving into employment is associated with leaving poverty. Analysis by a range of demographic factors, characteristics of employment and EU comparisons.
Measuring National Well-being - Children's well-being, 2013
04-Apr-2013An exploration of children’s well-being using data from the Understanding Society survey 2011-12 with links to other sources of data about children’s well-being.
Changes in real earnings in the UK and London, 2002 to 2012
13-Feb-2013An analysis of average earnings of employees in the UK and in London from 2002 to 2012, covering how earnings have changed over time in real terms, differences between full-time and part-time employees in the private and public sectors, and the implications these changes might have for the economy and economic indicators.
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