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Category Archives: Achieve Economic Well-being
National Indicator NI 166 is defined as the median gross weekly pay of full-time employees. The charts below show that Bristol ranks second among Core Cities, and fourth among our statistical neighbours.
Child poverty in Bristol has a significant impact on outcomes for children and young people. Availability of data to measure this indicator is sparse and still being developed nationally, so we resort here to providing a range of different data … Continue reading
What is child poverty? At its heart poverty is very simple – the family does not have access to enough income and other resources to provide a decent standard of living. This is likely to limit the child’s opportunity to … Continue reading
This is the fifth aim of the Achieve Economic Wellbeing outcome. It is concerned with the percentage of children living in workless or low-income households.
Transport The amount of traffic in an area will affect both the travel time and the air quality for residents. At the time of the 2001 Census, 61% of people aged 16 – 74 in employment in Bristol travelled to work by … Continue reading
Housing The housing offer is an important component of the local economy. Housing needs to be affordable in order to attract talented and highly skilled people into an area and to ensure there is enough supply to meet existing residents’ … Continue reading