From “The Great Resignation” to the gender pay gap, how should the employment figures we hear so much about really…Read more on Labour & Wages: The tracking of employment and pay across the UK
It’s bad news for the Nigels, Carols, Gordons and Cheryls of the world as shifting fashions consign their names to near extinction. Speaking on the latest episode of the Office for National Statistics’ podcast series “Statistically Speaking”, Dr James Tucker of the ONS explains how the annual list of the top baby names in England and Wales unfailingly reflects changing times.Read more on NIGELS IN DANGER – AND OTHER MORE SERIOUS ISSUES
From GDP to inflation and the rising cost of living, the economy is in the news every day! But do…Read more on Measuring rapid changes in a complex economic climate
In the third episode of our new monthly podcast we look at how things have changed in the world of…Read more on How the data revolution and the fight against COVID are changing UK stats forever
We’ve released the first episode of our new monthly podcast, Statistically Speaking, looking at the rapid creation and early days of the ONS’ Coronavirus (COVID-19) Infection Survey.
Find out how to listen here.Read more on A survey like no other: Tracking the spread of COVID-19 in the general population