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Insights 2017: findings from the UK Household Longitudinal Study

Editors

Michaela Benzeval, Charlotte Hamilton, Ricky Kanabar, Rebecca Parsons, and Raj Patel

Publication date

2017

Summary

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. The report includes featured commentary from Kate Bell, Trade Union Congress, Peter Cheese, Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and Paul Farmer, Mind.
All of the research featured in the publication uses Understanding Society’s longitudinal data to study 21st century UK life and how it is changing over time.

Subjects

Psychology, Social Change, Labour Market, Households, Research, Wages And Earnings, Well Being, Societies, Health, and Surveys

Links

https://www.understandingsociety.ac.uk/2017/11/07/insights-2017

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