52 publications that are related to Employment and employee types , sorted by release date
Additional economic analysis of the latest UK labour market headline statistics and long-term trends for April 2020.
Keywords: unemployment, employment, inactivity, average weekly earnings, workforce jobs
An overview of self-employment across the UK, looking at the industrial, occupational, geographic and demographic characteristics of those who are self-employed.
Keywords: COVID-19, covid 19, labour market, employment
Coronavirus and employment for those aged 70 years and over in the UK: October 2018 to September 2019 (Latest release)An analysis of the industries and occupations that those aged 70 years or over work in, with data tables looking at a wider range of characteristics
Keywords: older workers, elderly workers, industry, occupation
The extent to which different people in the labour market work from home, either on a regular or occasional basis.
Keywords: COVID-19, remote working, work, home, covid19
Compares the latest workforce jobs (WFJ) estimates with the equivalent estimates of jobs from the Labour Force Survey (LFS).
Keywords: work, jobless, claimants, wages, salaries, labour market, Labour Force Survey
The economic status of households in the UK and the people living in them, where at least one person is aged 16 to 64 years. Taken from the Labour Force Survey.
Keywords: worklessness, inactivity, inactive, unemployment, unemployed
Estimates of labour market activity by nationality and country of birth.
Keywords: EU workers, non-EU workers, overseas workers, employment, unemployment
Analysis of job quality in the UK using newly reweighted earnings data from the Annual Population Survey (APS) for 2018.
Keywords: good jobs, local authority, decent work, work, wages
As the number of young people working for themselves continues to rise, analysis reveals a gap between expectations and reality.
Keywords: self-employed, young people, entrepreneur, freelance
The employment rates of men and women with dependent children in the UK, based on data from the Labour Force Survey and Annual Population Survey.
Keywords: mothers, fathers, labour market, employment, childcare