More work in fewer households

Paul Gregg and Jonathan Wadsworth

By 1990, the same number of individuals were in employment as in 1975, but twice the number of households had no income from work. By 1993 the number of households with no earnings had risen three-fold.

Paul Gregg and Jonathan Wadsworth of the National Institute of Economic and Social Research have investigated why these seemingly conflicting trends have occurred simultaneously.

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