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    Qualifications of Working Age Population (NVQ), Borough

    Office for National Statistics (ONS)
    Qualifications of working age population (16-64), and proportion of people aged 25-64 with each level of qualification. Highest level of Qualification held (None, Other, NVQ1,2,3,4+), of working-age people.   No qualifications ‘No qualifications’: No academic or professional qualifications. Level 1 ‘1-4 GCSEs or equivalent’ (Level 1 qualifications): 1-4 O Levels/CSE/GCSEs (any grades), Entry Level, Foundation Diploma, ...
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    Economic Inactivity by Gender, Borough

    Office for National Statistics (ONS)
    Economic inactivity rates broken down by gender for local authorities in London. The economically inactive population is comprised of those who are unable or do not wish to enter employment. Working age Economic Inactivity by Gender, and Inactivity rates by reason (working age). Reasons are: Student, Looking after family/home, Temporary sick, Long-term sick, Discouraged, Retired, Other, Economically inactive who want a job, Economicall...
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    London's Jobs History

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    A London series by industry and a borough series (no industry) 1984 to 2011. These data have been used by GLA Economics to forecast long-term employment projections and within GLA Economics' models for exports, tourism and life sciences. The two series are: 1. London Employment Jobs: a London level series which includes Employee Jobs and Self-Employment Jobs from 1984 to 2010 with industries by GLA Economics sectors on a SIC 2007 basi...
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    Borough Commuting Patterns, Census 2001

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    Commuter movements of Londoners by borough and regions outside London, from 2001 Census. Figures vary slightly between tables due to rounding. Place of residence down the left, place of work along the top. Numbers include commuters only, does not include people who work from home. Table includes all people aged 16 to 74 in employment resident in UK. 2001 Census, Special Workplace Statistics Table SWS103 Relevant link: http://www.ons...
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    Census 2001 Key Statistics 10: Hours Worked

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    Census Key Statistics Table KS10: Hours Worked. Hours worked is the average number of hours worked a week for the last four weeks before the Census. Cells in this table have been randomly adjusted to avoid the release of confidential data. All data is © Crown Copyright 2003. Census day was 29 April 2001.
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    Census 2001 Key Statistics 12: Occupation

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    Census Key Statistics Table KS12: Occupation groups. Please note that Armed Forces figures comprise those people who responded "Armed Forces" to the industry question and "Commissioned Officer" or "Other rank" to the occupation question. As some people who were in the Armed Forces may have given other occupations or industries, the figures in this table for 'managers and senior officials' and 'associate professional and technical occup...
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    Census 2001 Key Statistics 13: Qualifications and Students

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    Census Key Statistics Table KS13: Qualifications and Students. Level 1: 'O' level passes; 1+ CSE/GCSE any grades; NVQ level 1; Foundation GNVQ. Level 2: 'O' level passes; 5+ CSEs (grade 1's); 5+ GCSEs (grades A-C); School Certificate; 1+ 'A' levels/'AS' levels; NVQ level 2; Intermediate GNVQ. Level 3: 2+ 'A' levels; 4+ AS levels; Higher School Certificate; NVQ level 3; Advanced GNVQ. Level 4/5: First degree; Higher degree; NVQ level...
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    Hours Worked

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    Estimates of the number of hours worked per week by those in employment. Data are broken down by banded durations and gender. Data are taken from the Annual Population Survey, produced by the Office for National Statistics.