asked the Paymaster General what is his Department's estimate of the number of professionally qualified women who are not presently working and who could potentially be attracted back into work.
Preliminary labour force survey results for the spring of 1986 estimate that 184,000 women of working age (ie 16 to 59) with a degree or equivalent qualification were either unemployed or economically inactive in Great Britain.
asked the Paymaster General, if he will estimate, for the latest available date the total known annual amount of income received by individuals; of this, how much is paid (a) in wages and salaries to employees, (b) through other forms of remuneration deriving from employment, (c) from the profits of or remuneration of self-employment, (d) by way of interest, dividends and
|Total of which||200,178||221,221||242,535||261,473||281,427||308,426|
|(a) Wages and salaries including pay in cash of HM Forces||117,151||125,441||134,302||143,926||153,288||166,612|
|(b) Income in kind and employers' contributions||20,201||22,740||24,113||26,137||27,060||28,738|
|(c) Income from self-employment 1||13,862||15,291||17,291||19,551||22,442||24,240|
|(d) Rent, dividends and interest (gross receipts)||13,605||13,889||15,828||15,562||17,401||21,986|
|(e) State retirement pensions, widows benefit etc||10,946||12,846||14,231||15,325||16,314||16,999|
|(f) Other Social Security benefits and other grants from general government 2||12,968||16,509||20,160||22,060||23,955||26,414|
|(g)(i) Other current transfers||1,448||1,620||1,815||2,082||2,290||2,450|
|(ii) Pensions and other benefits from life insurance and pensions||9,997||12,885||14,795||16,830||18,677||20,987|
|1 After deducting interest payments, depreciation and stock appreciation.|
|2 Includes family benefits, supplementary benefit, unemployment benefit other social security benefits and remission of rent.|
Source: Derived from tables 4.1 and 4.4 of "United Kingdom National Accounts" 1986 edition.