New CSO ‘wellbeing dashboard’ will include high housing costs
The Central Statistics Office has been developing a new way of measuring quality of life beyond economic figures
The Central Statistics Office (CSO) is to include high housing costs and the fear of crime in a new national wellbeing dashboard.
A team of officials in the organisation has been working on the development of a new way of measuring quality of life which does not rely on economic figures alone.
The dashboard, due to be launched online at the end of September, will feature 31 different indicators, ranging from working hours to...
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