Articles from Office for National Statistics (ONS)

Redundancies soar and unemployment rises while millions go back to work - "Tale of two crises"

UK labour market: September 2020 @ONS  The ONS figures showed a 695,000 drop in workers on payroll from March to August this year. Commenting on today's (15 Sept) labour market figures,

Coronavirus and occupational switching: The future of employment

#CareerChangers - Labour market movements during the pandemic  This article aims to look at the occupation switches across the labour market, focusing at the different demographics and the individual characteristics of the job movers, such as sex, age and qualifications.

Young people not in education, employment or training (NEET)

Total young people who were not in education, employment or training  Publication of statistics today (20 Aug) from the ONS show that 39% of young people not in education, employment or training (NEET) are looking for, and available for work.

With 730,000 fewer people on payroll we must ensure they have the opportunity to get the skills they need to access employment

@ONS estimates of employment, unemployment, economic inactivity and other employment-related statistics for the UK labour market: August 2020  The ONS figures published today (11 Aug) show a 730,000 drop in workers on payroll from March to July this year. This is why we need to focus on providing skills and training to those most in need, and ensure that this provision matches up with the jobs that are available now. The working world will need to move to a more flexible model with more equal opportunities for everyone.

Coronavirus and the state of homeschooling in Great Britain

The state of homeschooling in the UK during the coronavirus lockdown  Dawn Strachan, founder of Clara James Tutoring, comments: 


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