Auto-enrolment had the foresight to address a problem that forthcoming generations will experience, whilst simultaneously easing the burden of the future state. This week’s chart assesses its impact, as well as potential improvements we may see in the future.
This week’s chart shows a strong negative correlation between hours worked and output per hour. Nevertheless, underlying factors seem to be driving this effect in at least some of the countries mentioned.
While it has long been understood that economic activity has been skewed towards London and the South East, the analysis helps us to understand the dynamics of the within-region inequality in output.
This week’s chart takes a slightly different angle, assessing the value of environmental degradation from plastic use in various sectors.
Whilst a squeeze is evident, people seem to be more willing to spend their money on activities that enable human interaction.
This week’s chart assesses the effect that the holiday had on the housing market, as well as the wider economy.