Contact: Emily Glastonbury
26 September 2017
Next release: To be
An article focused on how parents' participation in the labour market has changed over time, and a snapshot of the characteristics of parents currently in the labour market.
How the employment of men and women aged 16 to 64 years with children has changed over the past two decades and what the current picture looks like.
Supporting data from the Labour Force Survey (LFS) and Annual Population Survey (APS) on maternal and paternal employment, broken down by age, sex, number of dependent children, family type, skill level and employment type.
Time series data on maternal and paternal employment by age of youngest dependent child from the Labour Force Survey (LFS). Data are for the period April to June 1996 to April to June 2018.
Women in employment in England and Wales, by number of children. Data are from a longitudinal study for 2001 and 2011.