Employment and Labour Market

London had the smallest gender pay gap 20 years ago, but now it has the largest

The pay gap between men and women working in London has barely changed in over two decades, new ONS analysis shows. While in 1997 the capital had the narrowest gender pay gap, there has been little improvement since then. Other regions in the UK have seen more movement towards pay equality over time. Women working […]

Migration, the European Union and work: How much do you really know?

Migrants are a significant part of the UK workforce: doctors in Accident and Emergency units, colleagues in offices, the staff serving food in restaurants, workers building roads, someone’s boss, someone’s team leader.  Of the estimated 30.3 million people in employment in the UK, 11%, approximately 3.4 million, are migrants. EUROPEAN UNION GROUPS EU14: Austria, Belgium, […]