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A new report from the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) has revealed that 4.4% of the population of Great Britain worked in the gig economy in the last 12 months, amounting to some 2.8 million people.
New research published today by NatCen Social Research and City University London uncovers the family-related factors driving changes in income that shifts a family below the poverty line.
NatCen Social Research has appointed Kirby Swales as the Head of its Income and Work team. Kirby will lead a team of 16 methodological experts and researchers, specialising in employment, skills and income.
Men with a partner and children at home work longer hours than other men in full-time work, but the number of hours they work has been in decline over the last ten years.
A new report from the National Centre for Social Research has found that whilst 54% of British homeowners say that they feel a strong sense of community; this figure is 38% among those in the private rented sector.