The number of schools funded by government funding has gone up since the financial crisis, according to new research from the University of Essex.
The report, published today (17 March) in the journal Public Health, also found that the number of people in work, who are aged 65 or over and are on a state pension, has gone down in the past five years.
However, it also found a big increase in the number who are working part time.
In the past, more people were working part-time than working full-time.
What’s behind the rise in part-timers?
Part-time workers are now in higher numbers, but are also more likely to be older and more likely not to have a job.
They are also less likely to have children, and to be on low incomes.
They also tend to be less likely than full-timing workers to have an income of more than £18,000.
What should you do if you’re worried about the future?
You can take action by doing more to boost the number and quality of work in your local community.
This includes supporting your local council to increase the number in their workforce and making sure you have the right support for childcare, support for working parents and supporting those with disabilities.
If you are planning to retire, it’s worth looking at ways you can extend your working life, as the longer you work, the more time you will have to spend with your family and children.
You can also try and reduce your reliance on public funding, such as getting a part-year grant from your local local authority.
But, as you age, you’ll likely need to rely on private funding to keep you going.
In 2019, the number one way to reduce your debt was to get a mortgage.
So you can take that advice to heart.