68 Datasets that are related to Well-being , sorted by release date
Analysis of loneliness in Great Britain during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic from the Opinions and Lifestyle Survey.
Keywords: isolation, disability, mental health, coping, vulnerable, COVID19, COVID 19, corona virus
Experimental results of the pilot Office for National Statistics (ONS) online time-use study (collected 28 March to 26 April 2020 across Great Britain) compared with the 2014 to 2015 UK time-use study.
Keywords: gender, unpaid work, leisure, sex, hhincome, COVID19, COVID 19, corona virus
Full dataset of economic well-being indicators included or referenced in the quarterly release.
Keywords: well-being, beyond GDP, economy, part-time workers, under-employment
Annual, monthly and weekly estimates of life satisfaction, feeling that the things done in life are worthwhile, happiness and anxiety in Great Britain.
Full dataset of combined personal and economic well-being indicators included or referenced in the quarterly release, Great Britain.
Keywords: disability, household finances, saving, coronavirus, COVID-19, corona virus, COVID19, COVID 19
A summary of social relationships and social support for vulnerable groups, including older adults and those with a self-defined disability or who are Equality Act Disabled.
Keywords: coronavirus, COVID-19, COVID19, COVID 19, corona virus
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
Human capital stock and per head values, equating to lifetime labour earnings, supplementary to the Human capital estimates: 2004 to 2018 release.
Keywords: education, economy, productivity, labour market, skills
Latest data, times series data and detailed information for the measures of national well-being.
Keywords: quality of life, indicators, sustainable, environment, economic
Analysis of data from the Community Life Survey looking at how 16- to 24-year-olds engage with their local area, compared with adults aged 25 and over. The data covers England only.
Keywords: young people, neighbourhood, community