14 publications that are related to Ageing , sorted by release date
Coronavirus and the social impacts on older people in Great Britain: 3 April to 10 May 2020 (Latest release)Indicators from the Opinions and Lifestyle Survey on the social impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on older people in Great Britain.
Keywords: equalities, well-being, elderly, pensioners, COVID 19, COVID19
Coronavirus and the social impacts on young people in Great Britain: 3 April to 10 May 2020 (Latest release)Indicators from the Opinions and Lifestyle Survey on the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on young people in Great Britain.
Keywords: COVID19, COVID 19, corona virus, teenagers, well-being, equalities
Trends in renting and owner-occupation by age group have changed in recent years. In the future, older people may be more likely to rent privately.
Keywords: Population, Tenure, Household, Ageing
Measuring ageing in terms of remaining life expectancy, instead of years lived, may provide a better indicator of the health of our ageing population.
Keywords: health, ageing, older people, prospective age, population
Annual mid-year population estimates for people aged 90 years and over by sex and single year of age (90 to 104) and 105 years and over, and comparisons between UK countries.
Keywords: Ageing, older people, population, centenarians, very old
Examining the relationship between population ageing, economic dependency and international migration in the UK.
Keywords: OADR, State Pension age, migrants, ageing, dependency, migration, economic dependency, ageinganddemography
There is a growing number of pensioners per person of working age living in the UK. Use our tool to change factors such as net migration and the State Pension age, and see how they affect this balance.
Keywords: ageing, migration, pension, population, old age dependency
Examining the interplay between caring and working in later life in the UK.
Keywords: carers, ageing, employment, older workers, loneliness
Keywords: Ageing, life expectancy, marriage
The impact of birth patterns around the time of the First World War and the influence of the Spanish 'flu' pandemic that followed on the size and make up of today's population aged 90 and over
Keywords: ageing, World War 1, Spanish flu