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Category Archives: Live free from low income
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.