Understanding Society is hosting a series of training courses for new and existing data users who are looking to broaden their knowledge of using large scale longitudinal studies.
Drawing on data from Understanding Society and the British Household Panel Survey, a new study discusses how personality traits can impact retirees’ well-being levels.
Using data from Understanding Society, Dr Karon Gush explores how people can be rather unprepared for losing their job, despite quite strong indicators that it is likely to happen.
New research challenges the assumption that partners jointly own their houses and examines ownership patterns within British households.
New research suggests that during the financial crash (2008-2013) more people became self-employed through choice rather than necessity.
Obesity is associated with poor mental health in middle age only, according to the latest research which uses Understanding Society data.
A new report from the Social Market Foundation (SMF) reveals the changing nature of inheritance in the UK.
The first ever nationally representative study of how housework is organised by couples across different ethnic groups in Britain shares results.
Registration is now open for this workshop that will help researchers better understand lifecourse theories for health inequalities.
Researchers have found that volunteering does have a positive impact on our health and wellbeing.