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Understanding Society and the UK Data Service have launched a teaching dataset to give students a foundation in using longitudinal data for research.

The 2017-18 UK Data Service annual report is now available.

It’s International Archives Week from 3-9 June, on the theme of ‘designing archives in the 21st century’, looking at how archives can “deliver benefits to citizens, customers, stakeholders and communities”.

We are seeking to appoint a Web Developer to work at the UK Data Archive.

The Data Impact Fellows programme is designed to support the use of UK Data Service data and resources by new generations of researchers and analysts working in the academic sector and, for the first time, in UK registered charities.

National Walking Month is a campaign organised by the Living Streets charity to promote the benefits of walking. It’s one of the easiest ways to be more active, lose weight and become healthier – and the month includes Walk to School Week (20-24 May).

We are seeking a Census Service Director to join our Census team at the Cathie Marsh Institute for Social Research, Manchester.

Do you use UK family finance surveys from the UK Data Service for your research? We are now looking for submissions for the Family Finance Surveys User Conference 2019.

It’s International Women’s Day, so we thought we’d take a look at how the employment rate, conditions and the gender pay gap have changed for women across time.

Do you use UK quantitative studies from the UK Data Service for health-related research? We are now looking for submissions for the Health Studies User Conference 2019.

The Autumn/Winter edition of the UK Data Service newsletter is now available.

The ESRC-funded data resources are running a series of collaborative webinars highlighting the wide range of data sources ready and waiting to be explored and used by researchers and academics.

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