London's Poverty Profile has been created by one of the London's largest charitable funders, Trust for London, and the independent think tank, New Policy Institute.
- Working-age adults have experienced rising poverty in London over the past decade.
- Working-age adults without children are particularly vulnerable to poverty.
- Many of the indicators on this site are relevant to this age group - such as employment rates, low pay and out-of-work benefits.
Working age adults are defined as those between 16 and 65 year olds. It therefore includes 16-24 year olds.
Working-age adults indicators
- Out-of-work benefit claims in London
- Adult limiting illness or disability by borough
- Life expectancy over time
- Life expectancy by borough
- Household work status and the income distribution
- Low paid jobs over time
- Change in household work status over time
- Child, adult and pensioner poverty
- Unemployment numbers over time
- Poverty, work and age
- Unemployment ratio over time
- London's population by age
- Unemployment ratios by borough
- Unemployment by age
- Low paid jobs by industry
- Worklessness by country of birth
- Worklessness and disability
- Underemployment over time
- Temporary contracts over time
- Benefit claim rates
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