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Non-retired households with chief economic supporter between 64-75 years UK

Share of non-retired households where the chief economic supporter between the ages of 64 and 75 years in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2017/18, by decile group

by Daniel Clark, last edited Mar 7, 2019
Non-retired households with chief economic supporter between 64-75 years UK This statistic displays the share of non-retired households the chief economic supporter was between 64 and 75 years in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2017/18, by decile. Eight percent of the households, in the eighth decile, lived in a home where the chief economic supporter was between the ages of 64 and 75 years. This was the highest share of any decile group, whilst one percent of households in the bottom decile, lived in a home where the chief economic supporter was between the ages of 64 and 75 years, which was the lowest share of any decile group.
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Share of non-retired households where the chief economic supporter between the ages of 64 and 75 years in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2017/18, by decile group

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