The follow-up study of labour force participation in the London ER has been developed because of recent access to customized tabulations of Census 2016 data and more recent information from the Labour Force Survey and other sources. This investigation emerged in response to the dropping labour participation rate trend dominating the London Economic Region in the past fifteen years. Because of analyzing this new body of data, several issues have been noted about the local labour market. A list of recommendations has been compiled to inform policy decision making.
SOURCE: Emilian Siman. “Labour Force Participation in London Economic Region – Follow-up study.” Local Employment Planning Council, 2019.
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