Friday, April 13, 2007

Halifax report on key workers in full detail

Housing affordability continues to deteriorate for key workers across Great Britain - Halifax

New research from Halifax highlights the continued deterioration in housing affordability for key workers. The average house price was unaffordable for all five key worker occupations in 70% (363 out of 517) of towns across Great Britain in March 2007, up from 65% (338) of towns last year. Five years ago in March 2002, the average house price in only 36% (185) of towns was unaffordable for all key workers...

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  • How come government employees are always refered to as key workers, when it is predominantly the activities of other private sector workers in the economy who are often on much worse terms and conditions who bring in this countries bacon.

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