This edition of the ONS's "Households Below Average Income" (HBAI) report presents information on living standards in the United Kingdom from 1994/1995 to 2012/2013. It provides estimates on the number and percentage of people living in low-income households.
The Joseph Rowntree Foundation Minimum Income Standard 2014 study calculates how much people have to earn – taking into account their family circumstances, the changing cost of these essentials and changes to the tax and benefit system – to have an adequate standard of living.
This report by the IFS presents projections of mortality, family composition, health, care receipt, care provision, labour supply and receipt of disability benefits for people aged 65 and over from 2010–11 through to 2022–23, as well as projections of their wealth and incomes. The report also discusses the effect some alternative policy scenarios could have on the evolution of these incomes.
The Employer Perspective survey is a biennial project intended to provide a UK-wide picture of employer perspectives of, and experiences in, the recruitment and skills landscape. The 2014 study is currently being conducted, though 2012 data is available. Click for more.
Underemployment occurs where individuals have spare capacity to do either more work, or work at a more qualified level. The Work Foundation produce data measuring the prevalence in the UK labour market.
This report from PwC considers the future of mobility in a globally connected world and the ways in which the workplace dynamic is rapidly changing. What does the business world of 2020 and beyond hold?