52 publications that are related to International migration , sorted by release date
The current demographic composition of those working in UK's tourism industry and movements into and out of the industry.
Keywords: migrants, migration, workers, EU nationals, non-EU nationals, tourism occupations
Our analysis plans on the contribution and impact of international migration on the health sector, where we will look at migrants both as a workforce and users of public services.
Drawing on currently available data we set out how many migrants work in health care in the UK, explore their age structure, location and changes over time. We also present data on specific health workers in England, such as hospital staff and general practice.
A report outlining our discussions on the measurement of illegal migration.
Keywords: illegal immigrant, illegal entrant, asylum seeker, visa expiry
Summarising the user feedback received to date on the population and migration statistics transformation programme.
Keywords: Responses, Update, Research, Stocks, Flows
A summary of the latest official short-term international migration statistics for England and Wales for the year ending June 2017 published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS). Data from the Home Office (which cover the UK) are also included.
International migration and the education sector – what does the current evidence show? (Latest release)Exploring the impact and contribution of international migration on the education sector in England, including school place demand, pupil attainment and school staff.
Keywords: migrant, school, pupil, teaching
Examining the issues with comparing the UK’s various migration data sources, and our plans to explain the differences between these sources.
Keywords: long-term international migration, Annual Population Survey, Labour Force Survey, LTIM, APS, LFS
Update on our population and migration statistics transformation journey: a research engagement report (Latest release)report updating our users on our population and migration statistics transformation journey, and seeking feedback on our future plans.
Keywords: administrative data, international migration, census, 2021 Census, migrants, immigrants
The data available to understand variation within the construction industry across regions and constituent countries of the UK and variation across sub-sectors.
Keywords: migrant workers, builders, construction workforce, civil engineering, country of birth