6 facts about children’s well-being
08-Oct-2014How are relationships, bullying, appearance and ‘screen time’ associated with children’s well-being?
8 new insights into UK personal well-being
24-Sep-2014Personal well-being measures of: life satisfaction, feelings that the things we do in life are worthwhile, happiness and anxiety.
Has personal well-being improved for people in and out of work?
24-Sep-2014How personal well-being has changed for people in different employment situations since 2011
What is human capital?
20-Aug-2014Infographic explaining what human capital is, how it changed over the economic downturn and how it differs by age, gender and qualifications held.
Measuring National Well-being: insights acrosss society, the economy and the environment infographic
22-Jul-2014Infographic summarising insights so far across society, the economy and the environment from the Measuring National Well-being Programme
European comparisons of well-being, 2014 (Infographic)
18-Jun-2014The ranking of the UK within the EU for key areas of well-being, where comparable data is available - infographic
Economic well-being - Framework and indicators
27-Nov-2014Presents the framework for Economic Well-being as well as a dashboard of headline indicators that together give a more rounded and comprehensive basis for assessing changes in material well-being.
Measuring National Well-being - Exploring the Well-being of Children in the UK, 2014
08-Oct-2014An analysis of baseline estimates for 22 of the 31 measures of children’s well-being, this report considers how selected measures have changed over time or differ by gender.
National Well-being Measures, September 2014
24-Sep-2014Updated national well-being measures data are published in Spring and Autumn each year. This is the Autumn 2014 update.
National Well-being wheel of measures, September 2014 (Pdf 2800Kb)
24-Sep-2014The wheel contains all the domains of well-being and the measures contained within each one. In all cases the latest datapoint is shown. The wheel also contains the units of measurement as these vary depending on the indicator used.
Personal Well-being in the UK, 2013/14
24-Sep-20142013/14 Personal Well-being findings from the Annual Population Survey, with analysis by country, region and local areas and individual characteristics.
Human Capital Estimates, 2013
20-Aug-2014The value of human capital for 2013, including for employed people in different age groups, and by education levels. It also shows changes in human capital values during the economic downturn.
Domains and Measures, September 2014 (Excel sheet 856Kb)
24-Sep-2014Spreadsheet containing the latest data and time series data plus links to data sources also including age, sex and regional breakdowns to some of the headline measures.
Reference Table 1: Personal Well-being estimates geographical breakdown, 2013/14 (Excel sheet 646Kb)
24-Sep-2014Estimates of personal well-being from the Annual Population Survey (APS) Personal Well-being dataset: by UK, country, region, UA/ County in England, LADs in England, UAs in Wales, LAs in Scotland, DCAs in Northern Ireland, April 2013 to March 2014
Reference Table 2: Personal Well-being estimates change over time, 2011/12 to 2013/14 (Excel sheet 134Kb)
24-Sep-2014Comparison over time of estimates of personal well-being from the Annual Population Survey (APS) Personal Well-being dataset: by UK, country and region, 2011/12 to 2013/14
Reference Table 3: Personal Well-being estimates personal characteristics, 2013/14 (Excel sheet 145Kb)
24-Sep-2014Estimates of personal well–being from the annual experimental Annual Population Survey (APS) Personal Well–being datasets
Human Capital Estimates - 2013 (Excel sheet 98Kb)
20-Aug-2014The total value of Human Capital between 2004 and 2013, breakdowns by gender, age and highest qualification, revisions and sensitivity analysis
Sustainable Development Indicators, July 2014 (Excel sheet 613Kb)
10-Jul-2014Indicators and measures which provide an overview of progress toward a sustainable economy, society and environment. Published alongside the headline and supplementary indicators are assessments of change, both short and long term.