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  • Updated 6 days ago

    19 year olds Qualified to NVQ Level 3, Borough

    Number and proportion of 19 year olds qualified to Level 3 since 2007. Young people are allocated to a Local Authority based on the school where they were studying in year 11 at the time of the Spring census. Please note the definitions of level 3 and denominators do not equate with those used in the School and College Performance Tables: A learner is defined as having reached the level 3 threshold if they have achieved the equivalent ...
  • Updated 7 days ago

    Workforce Jobs

    Workforce Jobs (WFJ) is a quarterly measure of the number of jobs in the UK and is the preferred measure of the change in jobs by industry. It is a compound source that draws on a range of employer surveys, household surveys and administrative sources. WFJ is the sum of employee jobs measured primarily by employer surveys, self-employment jobs from the Labour Force Survey, and government-supported trainees and Her Majesty's Forces from...
  • Updated 7 days ago

    Employment Rates

    Number and percentage of residents aged 16-64 who are in employment by sex (000's) (Seasonally adjusted), for rolling quarters since 1992 by region and country. The figures in this dataset are adjusted to compensate for seasonal variations in employment. Figures are released every month for rolling quarters. Data from ONS Table HI00. The data are taken from the Labour Force Survey and Annual Population Survey, produced by the Office f...
  • Updated 7 days ago

    Unemployment Rate, Region

    Unemployment numbers and rates for those aged 16 or over. The unemployed population consists of those people out of work, who are actively looking for work and are available to start immediately. Unemployed numbers and rates also shown for equalities groups, by age, sex, ethnic group, and disability. Economic inactivity rates and numbers for regions. The data are taken from the Labour Force Survey and Annual Population Survey, produce...
  • Updated 13 days ago

    Workplace Employment by Public/Private Sector, Borough

    Table showing numbers of people who work in an area by public/private sector and whether full-time or part-time. Data from Business Register Employment Survey (BRES, ONS) Employment is defined as employees plus working proprietors Figures may not add up due to rounding. Figures are rounded to the nearest thousand and to one decimal place. For example 2.4 is equal to 2,400 employment, and represents a figure in the range 2,350 - 2,449. ...
  • Updated 15 days ago

    Young People Not in Employment, Education or Training, Borough

    Table shows number and proportion of young people aged 16-18 who are not in employment, education or training (NEET). Also in the spreadsheet are figures for those aged 16-24 by region and 'NUTS2/3' areas. These tables now relate to academic age 16-18 which includes some information on those with an actual age of 19 and the information is now calculated on where a young person is resident and not as previously where educated. Therefore...
  • Updated 21 days ago

    London's Economy Today

    The most up-to-date information on London's economy, published by email every month. Each issue includes an overview of current economic conditions, the latest indicators and a supplement on a significant issue facing London. The LET presence on DataStore aims to create more interaction and a greater personal focus for London’s Economy Today while also allowing for the incorporation of feedback and views from the readership. Visit the...
  • Updated a month ago

    Long Term Labour Market Projections

    GLA Economics presents employment projections for London by sector and by borough. The methodology for borough projections has not been the same for each set of projections - the accompanying report explains the adopted approach, and includes the transport accessibility study, and London employment sites database where they have been produced. Links to the 2017 employment projections (latest) Borough Projections, 1971-2050 Sector Pro...
  • Updated a month ago

    State Pension Recipients, Borough

    The State Pension was first introduced on 1 January 1909. The foundation of a universal contribution-related basic State Pension was laid in the 1940s. There are two main types of State Pension: contributory and non-contributory. Contributory State Pension consists of any combination of a Basic Pension (BP), Additional Pension (AP) or Graduated Retirement Benefit (GRB). Non-contributory pension consists of a Basic Pension plus any Gradu...
  • Updated a month ago

    Pension Credit Claimants, Borough

    Pension Credit was introduced in October 2003. It is a non-contributory, income-related benefit. Its purposes are: To lift the poorest pensioners out of poverty by providing a contribution to a minimum guaranteed income for those aged 60 and over living in Great Britain. To reward those aged 65 and over who have made modest provision for their retirement. It is not necessary to have paid National Insurance contributions ...