A joint event with the Social market Foundation on Tuesday 10th March will explore wealth and debt in the period since the recent recession and explore the findings of a new report uncovering who has really won and lost since 2008.
On 23-24th March, in partnership with the Scottish Government and the Applied Quantitative Methods Network (AQMeN), Understanding Society is running an introductory training programme.
New research finds significant differences in the likelihood of employment and income levels of people beyond 65, depending on their gender and health.
The link between the arts and health is studied in a new report that uses data from Understanding Society.
Understanding Society has been used to inform a report which looks at the increase in cohabitation and in cohabiting couple families in the UK.
The latest research has compared hourly and salaried workers and reported that those paid by the hour are less likely to be environmentally friendly.
A group of researchers have found that ‘orientation training’ for new workers has a significant positive effect on their job satisfaction levels.
Understanding Society’s Innovation Panel Competition has launched today.
New research by the Office of National Statistics (ONS) has measured people’s relationships with both family and friends and discovered how it affects their wellbeing.
For the first time, the data from Understanding Society has been linked with data from the English National Pupil Database (NPD).