Economic Activity

Nomis, the official labour market statistics website, is based on the most recent data available and is a reliable source of the most up to date information concerning: Population: Employment and Unemployment: Economic Activity: Qualifications: Out of Work Benefits: Businesses

 

Armed Forces

The number of usual residents who are employed in the Armed Forces; also whether they live in a household or a communal establishment (2011 Census Data)

Benefits -Child Benefit Statistics

Geographical analysis of Child Benefit at country, region, local authority and Parliamentary constituency levels. (Gov.uk August 2016)

Benefits - Housing Benefit/Council Tax Benefit Claimants

Summary of statistics from November 2008 to February 2013 of the number of people receiving Housing Benefit and Council Tax Benefit. (Gov.uk 2013)

Benefits - Income Support Claimants

The number of Income Support claimants by age band, gender, duration of benefit and whether they are in the Incapacity Benefit, Lone Parent or Carer grouping (ONS Neighbourhood Statistics last updated April 2014)

Benefits – Job Seekers Allowance

The most recent reported figures for the number of people claiming Job Seeker’s Allowance and National Insurance credits at Job Centre Plus local offices (does not include Universal Credit) and, within age bands, the duration of their claim (NOMIS)

Benefits - Pension Credit Claimants

The number of Pension Credit claimants by age band, gender, duration of benefit and whether they single or a couple and the award type (ONS Neighbourhood Statistics last updated 2015)

Benefits – Working Age Client Group

The most recent reported figures for the number of working-age people who are claiming one or more DWP benefit (bereavement benefit, carer's allowance, disability living allowance, ESA and incapacity benefit, severe disablement allowance, income support, jobseeker's allowance, and widow's benefit) (NOMIS)

Commercial and Industrial Floorspace and Rateable Value Statistics

Providing a time series of statistics on the floorspace and rateable value of a range of classes of properties liable for business rates. (Gov.uk)

Earnings by Residence

The most recent reported figures for the median earnings of employees living in the area (from the Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings - ASHE) - does not cover the self-employed (NOMIS)

Earnings by Workplace

The most recent reported figures for the median earnings of employees working in the area (from the Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings - ASHE) - does not cover the self-employed (NOMIS)

Economic Activity – Females

The number of females aged 16 to 74 and whether they are in employment, unemployed or economically inactive (2011 Census Data)

Economic Activity – Full-Time Students

The number of full time students (aged 16 and over) and whether they are in employment, unemployed or economically inactive (2011 Census Data)

Economic Activity of Household Reference Persons (HRP)

The classification of HRPs by type of economic activity, including employed, self-employed, unemployed, student, retired, long term sick or disabled, looking after home or family (2011 Census Data) The HRP is the person completing the census who self-identified as the main reference point (replacing the traditional ‘head of the household’ concept) (2011 Census Data)

Economic Activity – Males

The number of males aged 16 to 74 and whether they are in employment, unemployed or economically inactive (2011 Census Data)

Economic Activity

The classification of residents aged 16 to 74 by type of economic activity, including employed, self-employed, unemployed, student, retired, long term sick or disabled, looking after home or family (2011 Census Data)

Economic Deprivation – Key Figures

Includes incom deprivation, employment deprivation and index of multiple deprivation (Gov.uk / Open Data - Sumarised at Local Authority Level 2015)

Economic Inactivity

The most recent figures for people who are neither in employment nor unemployed - for example, those who were looking after a home or retired, want a job but are not classed as unemployed, or do not want a job (NOMIS)

Employee Jobs

The most recent figures for the number of jobs held by employees in the area, whether they are full or part time and their type (NOMIS)

Employment and Unemployment

The most recent figures for the number of economically active people and whether they are employed, self-employed or unemployed – further broken down by gender (NOMIS)

Employment by Occupation

The most recent figures for the number of jobs of particular types in the area, classified according to the Standard Occupation Classification 2000 (NOMIS)

Hours worked

For each resident aged 16 to 74 who is in employment, whether they are full or part time and the hours (in bands) they work; plus same information broken down by male/female (2011 Census Data)

Households by Deprivation Dimensions

The number of households in each Deprivation Dimension (there are four of these based on employment, education, health and disability and housing) (2011 Census Data)

Industry

The number of residents aged 16 to 74 employed in different industries, for example Construction or Health and Social Work (2011 Census Data)

Industry – Females

The number of female residents aged 16 to 74 employed in different industries (2011 Census Data)

Industry – Males

The number of male residents aged 16 to 74 employed in different industries (2011 Census Data)

Labour Density

The most recent figures for the ratio of total jobs to population aged 16-64 (NOMIS)

Lone Parent Households with Dependent Children – Economic Activity

The number of lone parent households, categorised by full, part time or not in employment and further categorised by gender (2011 Census Data)

Method of Travel to Work

For residents aged 16 to 74, their method of travel to work, based on the longest part of their journey - for example train, on foot - includes the number who normally work from home (2011 Census Data)

NS-SeC - detailed

The number of individual residents aged 16 to 74 in each National Statistics Socio-economic Classification, categorised in detail by their type of occupation – includes never worked and full time students (2011 Census Data) The National Statistics Socio-economic Classification (NS-SEC) is the standard social classification method in the UK

NS-SeC - summarised

The number of individual residents aged 16 to 74 in each National Statistics Socio-economic Classification, categorised and summarised by their type of occupation (2011 Census Data)

NS-SeC – Females

The number of female residents aged 16 to 74 in each National Statistics Socio-economic Classification, categorised by their type of occupation – includes never worked and full time students (2011 Census Data)

NS-SeC - Males

The number of male residents aged 16 to 74 in each National Statistics Socio-economic Classification, categorised by their type of occupation – includes never worked and full time students (2011 Census Data)

NS-SeC of Household Reference Person (HRP) – HRP Aged under 65

The number of residents in each National Statistics Socio-economic Classification, categorised by type of occupation of their HRP, where the HRP is aged under 65 – includes never worked and full time students (2011 Census Data) The HRP is the person completing the census who self-identified as the main reference point (replacing the traditional ‘head of the household’ concept)

NS-SeC of Household Reference Person (HRP) – People Aged under 65

The number of residents aged under 65 in each National Statistics Socio-economic Classification, categorised by type of occupation of their HRP – includes never worked and full time students (2011 Census Data) The HRP is the person completing the census who self-identified as the main reference point (replacing the traditional ‘head of the household’ concept)

NS-SeC of Household Reference Person (HRP) – People

The number of residents aged 16 to 74 in each National Statistics Socio-economic Classification, categorised by type of occupation of their HRP – includes never worked and full time students (2011 Census Data) The HRP is the person completing the census who self-identified as the main reference point (replacing the traditional ‘head of the household’ concept)

Occupation (Broad)

Employed residents aged 16 to 74, classified by their type of employment (2011 Census Data)

Occupation (Detailed)

Employed residents aged 16 to 74, classified by their type of employment (2011 Census Data)

Occupation – Females

Employed female residents aged 16 to 74, classified by their type of employment (2011 Census Data)

Occupation – Males

Employed male residents aged 16 to 74, classified by their type of employment (2011 Census Data)

Personal Insolvency

The number of personal insolvencies, bankruptcy orders, Individual Voluntary Arrangements (IVAs) and Debt Relief Orders (DROs) (Gov.uk last updated 2016)

UK Business Counts

The number and size of businesses in the Borough as recorded on the Inter-Departmental Business Register (IDBR)

Year Last Worked

For residents aged 16 to 74, the year in which they last worked, by individual year 2006 to 2011, by band 2001 to 2005, before 2001 and never (2011 Census Data)

Data available from Gov.uk about – Indices of Deprivation, Work Depivation and Economic Deprivation.

Page last updated: 12/10/2017