Welcome to e-skills UK - e-skills UK is the Sector Skills Council for Business and Information Technology. HECSU.ac.uk. Forecasts for the UK economy. Please note that Forecasts for the UK economy is a summary of published material reflecting the views of the forecasting organisations themselves and does not in any way provide new information on the Treasury’s own views.
It contains only a selection of forecasters, which is subject to review. No significance should be attached to the inclusion or exclusion of any particular forecasting organisation. HM Treasury accepts no responsibility for the accuracy of material published in this comparison. Policy reports and publications. Higher Education Statistics Agency - PIs 2009/10: Summary tables and charts. Summary of UK Performance Indicators 2009/10 This section summarises the sector-wide information for each of the indicators, and provides a comparison with the sector values from previous years, where appropriate.
For previous years, please visit the summary archive. Percentage from schools and colleges in the state sector This indicator, shown in table series T1, is produced for young full-time undergraduate entrants. British Chambers of Commerce - The Workforce Survey: Small Businesses. The majority of the UK’s small businesses want to grow.
They want to invest and take on more employees, but they are also pessimistic about the UK labour market’s skill level and flexibility. Businesses tell us that their ambition to grow will be severely frustrated by the difficulties they face in doing so.