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Labour Market Status by Ethnic Group
Department: Work and Pensions
nnual statistics on employment, unemployment and inactivity for different ethnic groups from January 1993 to September 2013, with further breakdowns by gender and age.
Life Opportunities Survey
Department: Work and Pensions
Comparison of how disabled and non-disabled people participate in society in a number of life areas and the reasons why people do not take part in these areas as much as they would like to.
Local Child Poverty Proxy Measure
Department: Work and Pensions
The proportion of children living in families in receipt of out of work benefits for each local authority in England.
Lone Parent Claimants of Jobseekers Allowance
Department: Work and Pensions
A lone parent breakdown of the Office for National Statistics Jobseeker's Allowance Claimant Count statistics. This is in response to the changes to the eligibility rules for Income Support introduced in November 2008
Low Income Dynamics
Department: Work and Pensions
Publication concentrating on low-income dynamics. It shows trends in relation to individuals who are persistently observed as living in low-income households and presents transition rates.
Mandatory Programmes
Department: Work and Pensions
This publication covers statistics on the following Mandatory Programmes - Mandatory Work Activity and Skills Conditionality.
Monthly Statistical Summary
Department: Work and Pensions
Release of DWP Monthly statistics for Early Estimates for Income Support Lone Parents and Employment and Support Allowance and incapacity benefit client group (ESA/IB).
National Insurance Contributions and Qualifying Years
Department: Work and Pensions
This release provides the latest estimates on people who have paid National Insurance contributions since 1978/79. The figures show all the contribution types that a person has paid during the year. Therefore the figures are not mutually exclusive and will include an element of double counting if a person has paid a number of contribution types; for example, self employed and employed earner contributions. A person may pay a number of types of contribution at any one time, particularly if the person has a number of employments in the year, either running consecutively or concurrently.
National Insurance Numbers allocated to Adult Overseas Nationals
Department: Work and Pensions
Statistics on non-UK nationals registering for a National Insurance number for the purposes of work, benefits or tax credits. Release includes an update to Official Statistics on Nationality at point of National Insurance number registration of DWP benefit claimants
National Insurance and Qualifying Years
Department: Work and Pensions
This release provides the latest estimates on people who have paid National Insurance contributions since 1978/79. The figures show all the contribution types that a person has paid during the year. Therefore the figures are not mutually exclusive and will include an element of double counting if a person has paid a number of contribution types; for example, self employed and employed earner contributions. A person may pay a number of types of contribution at any one time, particularly if the person has a number of employments in the year, either running consecutively or concurrently.