• Geography
  • Published 2006

Accuracy of Qualifications Data: A Comparison of the Labour Force Survey and the 2001 UK Census

@inproceedings{Bourne2006AccuracyOQ,
  title={Accuracy of Qualifications Data: A Comparison of the Labour Force Survey and the 2001 UK Census},
  author={Si{\^a}n Bourne and Jill Bodey and Anthony Clarke},
  year={2006}
}
The skills of our workforce impact on the economic and social health of the country. We need to develop skills in order to maximise economic prosperity and productivity. Demographic, technological and global developments are occurring rapidly, dramatically altering the way that we work; in addition, much more needs to be done to reduce social disparities. In order to cope with such developments we are dependant upon the skills and knowledge of the workforce and improving our skill levels to… CONTINUE READING