Families need two wages;In brief;FE Focus

12th June 1998 at 01:00
The sole breadwinner is a dying breed, according to a study of 3,000 homes and businesses in West Lancashire by the Lancashire Area West Training and Enterprise Council. More than half the households surveyed had two incomes.

The research documents patterns of work and training in the area. Tony Bickerstaffe of LAWTEC said: "It will prove invaluable to all organisations involved in education, training, enterprise and careers guidance."

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