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Computer Literacy Survey for The Prince's Trust 20 March 2013 For the Prince's Trust, we surveyed 15-25-year-olds about their computer and internet related skills and how this has impacted their ability to find work. Computer Literacy Survey for The Prince's Trust
Employment And The Lone Parent 14 July 2004 Many parents who are employed when they become single parents are not able to balance work and home life in the way they would like, according to research by the MORI Social Research Institute. Employment And The Lone Parent
Employment And The Lone Parent - Topline Results 14 July 2004 Q1. Firstly, can I just check which of these statements on this card best describes how you came to be a single parent? Base: All single parents (408) Employment And The Lone Parent - Topline Results
European Competitiveness In Peril As The 'Right' People Reluctant To Work Abroad 14 February 2002 Views of employers and employees on workforce mobility within the EU. European Competitiveness In Peril As The 'Right' People Reluctant To Work Abroad
Fewer UK people now fear for their jobs than in 2011 18 March 2013 Fifteen per cent of Britons think it likely that they, or a close friend or relative will lose their job in the next six months because of economic conditions, according to a new international poll by Ipsos MORI. Fewer UK people now fear for their jobs than in 2011
Getting people back to work 23 May 2011 A new Ipsos MORI survey among out-of-work adults has highlighted just how much unemployment can knock an individual’s confidence; with two thirds (66%) agreeing that being out of work has reduced their self confidence. Getting people back to work
Half A Million Kids Working Illegally 28 March 2001 Nearly half a million (485,000) schoolchildren are working illegally, according to a new TUC/MORI survey out today (Wednesday). And over 100,000 schoolchildren admit to playing truant in order to do paid work. Half A Million Kids Working Illegally
Job insecurity or job reorganisation thought to be the most common cause of work-related stress 9 May 2013 Around half of workers across Europe feel that work-related stress is common in their workplace, with 16% saying it is ‘very common’ according to our poll for the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA). Job insecurity or job reorganisation thought to be the most common cause of work-related stress
Moving for money 9 February 2012 Half of Britons are willing to move to another UK city for a job if it pays more, but only around one in three (26%) say they would move abroad according to our Ipsos Global @dvisor carried out online in 24 countries. Moving for money
New Insights Into Labour Migration 27 September 2001 International research examining attitudes towards labour migration in EU accession countries (Poland, Czech Republic, Hungary). New Insights Into Labour Migration
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