56 publications that are related to Employment and employee types , sorted by release date
People aged 65 and over who were in employment at the time of the 2011 Census, highlighting regional and local variations.
Keywords: labour market, older workers, longitudinal study
Those who are participating with the labour market by being either in employment or unemployed and searching for work. It will look at specific groups, including women and the elderly to analysis the recent trends in participation rates.
Keywords: economic activity,employment,unemployment,women,older people
Keywords: in-work poverty, income, labour market, living standards
We look at how people’s highest level of qualification relates to their economic activity. The main focus of the analysis is on residents in England and Wales aged 25 to 64. We examine employment, economic inactivity and unemployment and analysis of employment rates across local authorities. Results show that fewer than half of those with no qualifications were in employment compared with 8 in 10 of those with at least one qualification.
Keywords: degree, apprenticeship, jobs, education, employment
2011 Census: Key Statistics and Quick Statistics for Local Authorities in the United Kingdom (Latest release)This release provides the second set of 2011 Census Key and Quick Statistics tables for each local authority district in the UK.
Keywords: household spaces,household,resident,communal,establishment,composition,accomodation,spaces
Analysis of factors affecting women in work. It also looks at the number of women in managerial roles across the European Union.
Keywords: economic activity status of households, households with children, people in households, children in households, household type, household tenure