Insights 2017: Findings from the UK Household Longitudinal Study

Understanding Society has published its sixth Insights report, providing new findings for researchers and policy makers on the changes and stability in the lives of people in the UK.

The new report, Insights 2017, covers three key policy areas; low pay and work, adult mental health and work/life balance.

Chapter by chapter

  • Theme one highlights new insights into people’s work histories and experiences. The chapter builds a picture of the progression and change in people’s working lives.
  • Theme two investigates the wellbeing of adults in the UK by looking at the mental health of ethnic minority people, adults with likely intellectual disabilities, people with socio-economic disadvantage and the LGB community.
  • Theme three studies people’s working lives, their home lives and how the two interact. Flexible working arrangements and caregiving are also explored

Published : 19th October 2017*

Publisher : University of Essex  [ More From This Publisher ]

Rights : University of Essex

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