What happens to jobs, home and people's lives will depend a lot on how the government responds.
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What’s your take on the economy?
From juggling self-care and childcare, to locking down, and paying bills. People and communities from across the UK share their take on the economic issues affecting us right now, in their own words.
"I actually think some form of charge for using the NHS could be necessary. But people who work in health have to be involved in those changes."
Alex* sells crack cocaine in the North of England. He talked to us candidly about what his job is like.
“The limits of the labor movement don’t make sense to my generation”
What matters to you?
Make sure your voice is heard
From work and pay to education and childcare - big decisions are being made on economic issues that affect us all. Add your voice to the conversation and help us collect stories, opinions and ideas to show our government which decisions need to be made to ensure our economy works for everyone.
LearnOur bite-size guide to the economy around you
'Economics' is everywhere. Explore learn
What do your choices have to do with 'the economy'? Explore You
How does the 'mini-economy' of your home work? Explore Your Home
What jobs are there, who gets to do them, and why? Explore Your Livelihood
Where do you work, and why does it matter? Explore Your Workplace
What exactly is money, and why is it such a big deal? Explore Your Money
How do things like class and culture affect all this? Explore Your Society
How does what politicians do affect the economy? Explore Your Government
Is 'the economy' the whole world? Explore Your World
What are our economies really working towards? Explore Your Future
What could the future of economics mean to you? Explore Your Economics