Mapping UK Demographic Changes (ILC-UK)

Summary

The International Longevity Centre (ILC-UK) has released a second summary “factpack” of statistics about a number of topics relating to the UK’s elderly. Projections indicate that future generations of pensioners face a poorer financial future unless the long-term challenges of working age poverty are overcome.

“In 2012/13, pensioner households were less likely to be on a low income than households with working age adults or households with children. This marks a stark contrast to 15 years ago when low incomes were far more prevalent across pension households than working age ones”.

Read more: Factpack: Version 2. International Longevity Centre – UK.

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Reference

Mapping demographic change: a factpack of statistics from the International Longevity Centre – UK. London: International Longevity Centre-UK (ILC-UK), July 17th 2014.

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