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  • Tue, 21 May 2019 05:45:47 GMT

    Apprenticeships bring returns for young people with low-medium qualifications

    In recent times, there has been a policy drive to increase the number of people undertaking apprenticeships in England and there are plans to dramatically change the post-16 system, which would include making apprenticeships a more important part of it. This raises the question as to how beneficial apprenticeships are to young people currently. In our paper, we use administrative […]
  • Wed, 08 May 2019 05:50:30 GMT

    Millennials are some of the worst hit by social mobility decline in the UK

    Comparing the standard of living today with that of the past is crucial to understanding the UKs economic and social health. In fact, both in our everyday lives and in studies of social sciences, we often assess economic progress by comparing our standard of living to that of our parents. A recent poll by Ipsos Mori shows that only 36 […]
  • Fri, 26 Apr 2019 13:02:00 GMT

    Financial innovation in mortgage products spurred the rapid increase in credit and house price growth during the last housing boom

    Comparing the standard of living today with that of the past is crucial to understanding the UKs economic and social health. In fact, both in our everyday lives and in studies of social sciences, we often assess economic progress by comparing our standard of living to that of our parents. A recent poll by Ipsos Mori shows that only 36 […]
  • Thu, 25 Apr 2019 23:01:00 GMT

    The Changing Demand for Skills in the UK

    Comparing the standard of living today with that of the past is crucial to understanding the UKs economic and social health. In fact, both in our everyday lives and in studies of social sciences, we often assess economic progress by comparing our standard of living to that of our parents. A recent poll by Ipsos Mori shows that only 36 […]
  • Thu, 25 Apr 2019 10:32:00 GMT

    Family Matters: how early disadvantage impacts employment outcomes of young people

    Comparing the standard of living today with that of the past is crucial to understanding the UKs economic and social health. In fact, both in our everyday lives and in studies of social sciences, we often assess economic progress by comparing our standard of living to that of our parents. A recent poll by Ipsos Mori shows that only 36 […]