The HBAI report presents information on living standards in the United Kingdom year-on-year from 1994/1995 to 2016/2017.
These data tables provide greater detail about working-age adults, especially those in low income. They include the following information.
This shows how many and what percentage of people of working age are in low income, and is this proportion rising or falling over time?
This shows what percentages of working-age adults are in low income by various characteristics, what percentage of low-income groups have these characteristics, and how these different groups are spread across the income distribution.
The characteristics looked at include analysis by:
- family and household economic status
- family type and marital status
- gender and work status
- region and country
- disability and receipt of disability benefits
- state support receipt
- savings and investments
- bills in arrears
- educational attainment
This shows how the rates of low income and the population of different groups at working age have changed over time. This includes information on family type, economic status, region and country.
This shows the distribution of household incomes for working-age adults (with and without children) compared to all individuals.
Additional data tables
The following additional data tables are also available: