37 Articles and compendiums that are related to Employment and employee types , sorted by release date
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
Single-month Labour Force Survey (LFS) analyses that help us to understand the movements in the three-month average LFS estimates. Not designated as National Statistics.
Keywords: work, jobless, claimants, wages, salaries
Additional economic analysis of the latest UK labour market headline statistics and long-term trends for March 2020.
Keywords: unemployment, employment, inactivity, average weekly earnings, workforce jobs
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
The characteristics of those who undertake training at work and the benefits they receive from it, in the UK.
Keywords: regression analysis, human capital, education, skills, labour market