- The key difference from W1 in employment status was a drop of six percentage points in the number of residents who are currently furloughed; just 4% of this cohort reported being furloughed currently.
- The largest proportion of residents are still currently employed full time (48%).
Base – Prior: 1,279 | Current: 1,252
Key differences by demographic
Women are less likely to currently be working full time than men; the number of current unemployed women also increased (by four percentage points).
Residents aged 25-34 saw the biggest reduction in the proportion currently working full time – a 12 percentage point difference.
Households earning below £20,000 are less likely to currently be working full time (11 percentage point drop); they are also most likely to be self-employed, unable to work, or unemployed compared to any other age group.
A higher proportion of households with children are more likely to currently be employed full time or part time than those without children.