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Happy workers more likely to volunteer in their free time

Employees who are satisfied with their jobs are more likely to volunteer in the community than those who are unhappy at work, a new study from Middlesex University London and the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) has found.

Exploring the links between health and poverty

New research from the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has found that among 25-54 year-olds, 28% of those with a longstanding health problem, and 40% of those with a mental health problem, are in poverty.

Unretirement - one in four return to work

Around one in four retirees in the UK return to work or ‘unretire’, mostly within five years of retiring, according to research by The University of Manchester and King’s College London.

Teachers work the longest hours at 50 hours per week

According to a new study of public sector professions, teachers work the longest hours at 50 hours per week during term time, followed by police officers (44) and nurses (39).

Survey is used to tackle Poverty in Wales

The Joseph Rowntree Foundation used Understanding Society to measure poverty rates and trends in Wales.

Social media affects the wellbeing of young girls, if used regularly

Ten year old girls using SnapChat, Whatsapp and other social media for more than an hour a day are more likely to develop wellbeing issues as older teens

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