36 Datasets that are related to Well-being , sorted by release date
Prevalence of reported loneliness in children and young people for various socio-demographic characteristics, England and Great Britain.
Keywords: lonely, children, isolated, young adults, qualotative, well-being
Human capital stock and per head values, equating to lifetime labour earnings, supplementary to the Human capital estimates: 2004 to 2017 release.
Keywords: education, economy, productivity, labour market, skills
The latest data for the 31 measures of children’s well-being, within seven domains, complementing the national measures of well-being.
Keywords: childhood, quality of life, relationships, life satisfaction
Estimates of life satisfaction, worthwhile, happiness and anxiety in the UK broken down by age and sex for the years ending September 2012 to September 2017.
Keywords: anxiety, happiness, worthwhile, life satisfaction
Estimates using the UK Time Use Survey to provide insight into the amount of time children spend engaging with the outdoors and sports activities.
Keywords: Time use
Estimates of anxiety in the UK from the Annual Population Survey personal well-being dataset by personal characteristics and geography.
Estimates of life satisfaction, worthwhile, happiness and anxiety in the UK for the 3 years ending December 2015 for seven protected characteristics.
Keywords: satisfaction, happiness, anxiety
Current headline indicators for social capital in the UK. It includes the latest data for each indicator with time series and an assessment of change to track change over time.
Keywords: trust, relationships, well-being, society, community
Contains all the current domains and measures of national well-being for young people. As well as providing the latest data for each measure, where available a time series of data are also presented along with useful links to data sources and other websites which may be of interest.
Keywords: relationships, finance, health, employment, education
The total value of human capital in the UK, breakdowns by sex, age and highest qualification, revisions and sensitivity analysis.
Keywords: Stiglitz, workforce, social progress, education, qualifications