It finds that:
- an average of 700,000 people were in poverty in Wales in the three years to 2013–14, equivalent to 23 per cent of the population;
- compared with ten years earlier, there are more people of working age (particularly young adults) in poverty and fewer children and pensioners;
- there has been no reduction in the extent of low pay in Wales for a decade –270,000 jobs, mainly held by women, are paid below two-thirds of the UK median hourly wage;
- in 2014 there were 30,000 Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA) sanctions, lower than in 2013, due mainly to fewer claimants.
Mae'r cyhoeddiad hwn hefyd ar gael yn Gymraeg.