Manufacturing and services sectors show different movements in jobs and GVA over the period 1997 to 2012.
Since 1997 the manufacturing sector has seen a fall of almost 40% in jobs but real GVA has fallen by just over 4%.
Over the same period jobs in the service sector have increased by over 28% and real GVA by over 58%.
As such manufacturing is now a smaller share of the economy in the UK.
Most sectors within services have seen an increase in jobs and real GVA between 1997 and 2012, although there were some movements against this trend during the recession.
Two of the largest increases in GVA within the service sector have been seen in the Information and Communications sector and Professional, Scientific and Technical activities.
As well as becoming a smaller share of the whole economy the composition within Manufacturing has changed.
All sub- sections within manufacturing have seen decreases in the number of jobs but GVA performance has been mixed.
Large increases in GVA over the period were seen in the Manufacture of Pharmaceutical Products and Pharmaceutical Preparations and Manufacture of transport equipment.
Manufacture of Textiles, wearing apparel and leather products and the Manufacture of Coke, and refined petroleum products saw the largest falls in GVA.
This is a short video from the ONS looking at the changing shape of UK business using Gross Value Added (GVA) National Accounts estimates and workforce job estimates covering the period 1997-2012.
The video is an updated version of part of a wider set of presentations that were given at the ONS/ BIS business statistics user event - The Changing Shape of UK Business - held in London on 6 November 2012.