David Hagendyk(@davehagendyk) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Latest weekly vacancy data in Wales from Adzuna (with thanks to colleague @LWpaulbivand).

Shows impact of pandemic on overall vacancy rates, but also highlights a drop from recent climb in vacancies. Possible this reflects the short term impact of firebreak?

Latest weekly vacancy data in Wales from Adzuna (with thanks to colleague @LWpaulbivand).

Shows impact of pandemic on overall vacancy rates, but also highlights a drop from recent climb in vacancies. Possible this reflects the short term impact of firebreak?
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Dr Catherine Haddon(@cath_haddon) 's Twitter Profile Photo

@LWpaulbivand Yes in essence. Which is another reason why it is fascinating.

But then ODPM was itself a change from DETR which split off to Defra and DfT.

@LWpaulbivand Yes in essence. Which is another reason why it is fascinating. 

But then ODPM was itself a change from DETR which split off to Defra and DfT.
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Stephen Evans(@Stephen_EvansUK) 's Twitter Profile Photo

New vacancy data, charts via @LWpaulbivand. Overall above pre-pandemic levels, inc retail & hospitality. Logistics sky high as home deliveries + self-isolation combine. Long-term unemployment up 50% since Feb 20 so big effort needed to match those out of work with available jobs

New vacancy data, charts via @LWpaulbivand. Overall  above pre-pandemic levels, inc retail & hospitality. Logistics sky high as home deliveries + self-isolation combine. Long-term unemployment up 50% since Feb 20 so big effort needed to match those out of work with available jobs
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Jon Burton(@jburton123) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Research & Analysis by the DWP - A study of work and health transitions: analysis of Understanding Society, by Sergio Salis Stefan Speckesser Lea Samek @LWpaulbivand gov.uk/government/pub…

Research & Analysis by the DWP - A study of work and health transitions: analysis of @usociety, by Sergio Salis  @StefanSpeckesse @lea_samek @LWpaulbivand gov.uk/government/pub…
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Naomi Phillips(@msnaomiphillips) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Impressed by my brilliant colleagues' abilities to crunch the stats & produce clear analysis in such a short time each month on day. See 👇for what it means for real people. Learning and Work Institute Stephen Evans Naomi Clayton Sam Avanzo Windett @LWpaulbivand Office for National Statistics (ONS)

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David Hagendyk(@davehagendyk) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Graphs on labour market stats day from Dysgu a Gwaith Cymru | Learning and Work Wales to highlight impact of Covid-19 on Welsh economy (with thanks to @LWpaulbivand).

More evidence that impact not equally spread, with areas with highest claimant count levels going into crisis seeing the biggest rises. (1/4)

Graphs on labour market stats day from @LearnWorkCymru to highlight impact of Covid-19 on Welsh economy (with thanks to @LWpaulbivand).

More evidence that impact not equally spread, with areas with highest claimant count levels going into crisis seeing the biggest rises. (1/4)
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Best Western(@bestwestern) 's Twitter Profile Photo

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Paul Bivand(@PaulBivand) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Some personal news. I'm retiring from Learning and Work Institute today. When I joined in 1998 it was Unemployment Unit, then Unemployment Unit &Youthaid, then Centre for Economic & Social Inclusion, and finally Learning and Work Institute. Many changes.

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The Cycling Economist(@CambridgEcon101) 's Twitter Profile Photo

@LWpaulbivand Giles Wilkes Really interesting Giles, thanks for posting.
For retail: ONLINE!! Floorspace, rent, employment all📉
Also, employment in public sector: 👇

@LWpaulbivand @Gilesyb Really interesting Giles, thanks for posting.
For retail: ONLINE!! Floorspace, rent, employment all📉
Also, employment in public sector: 👇
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John Burn-Murdoch(@jburnmurdoch) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Dan Cookson jonathanboys @LWpaulbivand Yep, we did a big deep-dive into this a while back, and London was pretty much the global leader for remote working (only beaten at the time by Melbourne which was in a strict lockdown) ft.com/content/d5b45d…

@danc00ks0n @JonathanBoys @LWpaulbivand Yep, we did a big deep-dive into this a while back, and London was pretty much the global leader for remote working (only beaten at the time by Melbourne which was in a strict lockdown) ft.com/content/d5b45d…
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The Hyde Group(@HydeHousing) 's Twitter Profile Photo

'Consistently and sincerely working with the supply chain to generate just makes sense for Housing Associations' Chichi Onyenemelu on working with suppliers to generate additional benefits for communities
24housing.co.uk/opinion/the-im… 24housing 24housing_news

'Consistently and sincerely working with the supply chain to generate #socialvalue just makes sense for Housing Associations' Chichi Onyenemelu on working with suppliers to generate additional benefits for communities 
24housing.co.uk/opinion/the-im… @24housing @24housing_news #ukhousing
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Office for National Statistics (ONS)(@ONS) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Headline indicators for the UK labour market for February to April 2022 show that

▪️ employment was 75.6%
▪️ unemployment was 3.8%
▪️ economic inactivity was 21.3%

➡️ ow.ly/urtV50JwIYi

Headline indicators for the UK labour market for February to April 2022 show that

▪️ employment was 75.6%
▪️ unemployment was 3.8%
▪️ economic inactivity was 21.3%

➡️ ow.ly/urtV50JwIYi
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Paul Bivand(@PaulBivand) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Office for National Statistics (ONS) Communities that Work In social housing, 34.8% of households are 'working households' - all adults working. This is almost at the highest ever (35.0%, two years ago).

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David Hagendyk(@davehagendyk) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Regular analysis of weekly ONS/Adzuna data by my colleague @LWpaulbivand showing vacancies have picked up after firebreak in Wales.

Still incredibly tough labour market, especially in retail and hospitality and even without accounting for terrible job announcements this week.

Regular analysis of weekly ONS/Adzuna data by my colleague @LWpaulbivand showing vacancies have picked up after firebreak in Wales.

Still incredibly tough labour market, especially in retail and hospitality and even without accounting for terrible job announcements this week.
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Dr Fiona Aldridge(@FionaAldridge) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Big thanks to Learning and Work Institute Tony Wilson Resolution Foundation for their help in understanding the implications of today’s labour market stats. End of an era as @LWpaulbivand publishes his last set of charts before retiring from L&W. I’m hoping he’ll still be sharing his thoughts.

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Joe Dromey(@Joe_Dromey) 's Twitter Profile Photo

New @Adzuna vacancy data for Office for National Statistics (ONS) shows how the resuregence of , and the re-introduction of restrictions have led to a stall in the jobs recovery.

Latest data show a decline in vacancies; we're back to where we were in April. Graphs via @LWpaulbivand.

New @Adzuna vacancy data for @ONS shows how the resuregence of #Coronavirus, and the re-introduction of restrictions have led to a stall in the jobs recovery. 

Latest data show a decline in vacancies; we're back to where we were in April. Graphs via @LWpaulbivand.
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Communities that Work(@CsthatWork) 's Twitter Profile Photo

Really pleased that Chichi Onyenemelu, The Hyde Group is joining us at tomorrow's conference to discuss with Paul Bivand @LWpaulbivand and how we understand the difference our housing and employment services make to communities

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