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Income dynamics: income movements and the persistence of low income, 2010 to 2020

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Publication date

31 Mar 2022

Summary

Results from analysis of the longitudinal survey ‘Understanding Society’, looking at persistent low income and changes in household income. Income Dynamics (ID) presents information on changes in income over time. It presents findings on rates of persistent low income for different groups. Individuals are in persistent low income if they are in relative low income for at least three out of four consecutive annual interviews. Statistics on low income entry and exit are also included, as well as analysis on how these entries and exits are linked to changes in income, employment, and demographics. ID also looks at movements within the overall income distribution over time.

Subjects

Statistical Analysis, Demography, Households, Poverty, Public Policy, and Income Dynamics

Links

https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/income-dynamics-2010-to-2020


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  1. Income dynamics quick guide

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    1. Statistical Analysis
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    1. Statistical Analysis
    2. Demography
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