There is significant public and government interest in addressing health inequalities, and attention has only increased since evidence has shown…Read more on Improving the evidence on ethnic health disparities
Covid-19 infections have recently reached their highest levels across many parts of the UK. At the same time, our data show that antibody levels are high. Sarah Crofts explains more about how this is possible.Read more on The relationship between Covid-19 infections and antibodies: What do the data show?
The Labour Force Survey has for many years been the cornerstone of ONS statistics on UK employment. While now complemented by other, often faster sources of information like real-time PAYE data, it remains the richest source of data on many aspects of the world of work and wider society. Darren Morgan discusses the challenges this survey faced during the pandemic and how we now plan to transform it.Read more on Making everybody count: How we’re transforming the Labour Force Survey
The Office for National Statistics has set out to create a data set that allows us to track, understand and measure key themes to give us an overall picture of the nation’s health – just as GDP is used to understand the strength of our nation’s finances. As we publish our experimental statistics up to 2019, Greg Ceely explains the significance of this work and what our data show.Read more on Putting a number on our nation’s health
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has had huge impacts on all aspects of life in the UK, including the world of work. Initially younger workers were the hardest hit, but as restrictions eased, a new picture has emerged – the apparent disengagement of many older workers. Hugh Stickland looks at the work the Office for National Statistics has been doing to help understand some of the factors underlying this.Read more on The over-50s and the world of work: what’s happening and why?