Those in lower-earning jobs offering £15-£25 thousand per annum (less than London Living Wage) are worst affected. Higher paid jobs’ greater likeliness to be conducted from home is partly reflected in the far lower reduction in available positions.
UK Regions: Percentage of Degree-Educated Population vs GVA Growth
To varying extents, London has led the UK’s economic growth since the 1990s as a product of financial deregulation which not only boosted GVA but also served to attract more degree-educated …
Chart of the Week: Week 22, 2016: Average House Prices
The Land Registry’s data for the first quarter of the year came out recently, showing a 6.5% year-on-year growth rate in nominal prices for England and Wales, while in London, the equivalent rate was 13.8%.