Outputs that use this data
Highest levels of qualification across England and Wales infographic
07-Mar-2014Qualification levels in England and Wales using 2011 Census data.
Over 4 in 10 People Aged 25 to 34 had a Degree Level or Above Qualification - Summary
07-Mar-2014Census analysis looks at highest levels of qualification in England and Wales in 2011
What does the 2011 Census tell us about health and disability?
20-Feb-2014ONS analysis looks at how age and area influence ‘Good’ health among disabled people
Local Area Analysis of Qualifications Across England and Wales
07-Mar-2014Qualifications in England and Wales using 2011 Census data, exploring variations by region and local authority. The data focuses on the proportion of residents who have no qualifications, degree level or above qualification and apprenticeship.
Children's Well-being, 2014
06-Mar-2014This article proposes a draft set of measures of national well-being for children aged 0 to 15. The measures are the latest output from the ONS Measuring National Well-being (MNW) programme and are released alongside a draft set of measures of national well-being for young people aged 16 to 24.
Measuring National Well-being - Young People's Well-being, 2014
06-Mar-2014This publication proposes a draft set of measures of national well-being for young people aged 16 to 24. The measures are the latest output from the ONS Measuring National Well-being (MNW) programme and are released alongside a draft set of measures of national well-being for children aged 0 to 15.
How do People Rate their General Health? An Analysis of General Health by Disability and Deprivation
20-Feb-2014The 2011 Census allows us to look in detail at disabled people and how they rate their general health. This analysis investigates the relationship between 'Good' health and disability by age, sex and relative deprivation.
Detailed Analysis of Health Deprivation Divide using the 2011 Census
14-Feb-2014Analysis which focuses on the extent of inequality in health and disability between more and less advantaged populations in England using Census 2011 and area deprivation data
What does the 2011 Census tell us about concealed families living in multi-family households in England and Wales?
06-Feb-2014This analysis presents a summary of concealed families in England and Wales using 2011 Census data. A concealed family is one living in a multi-family household in addition to the primary family, such as a young couple living with parents. Each family is assigned a Family Reference Person (FRP). Where there is more than one FRP in the household, the Household Reference Person (HRP) is chosen from the FRPs based on economic activity and then age, and finally order on the census form. The HRP is normally therefore the oldest full-time worker in most households and identifies the primary family in the household. Analyses of concealed family types and change over time are reported at the national, regional and local levels.
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Local Authority Rankings by Highest Levels of Qualification, 2011 Census
07-Mar-2014Qualification levels in each local authority by count, percentage and rank including those with no qualifications, levels 1-4, apprenticeships and other.
Proposed measures for children's well-being
06-Mar-2014This table presents the data for the proposed headline measures for children's well-being.
Young people's well-being proposed measures
06-Mar-2014This table presents the data for the proposed headline measures for young people's well-being.
2011 Census: Local Characteristics on Qualifications for Output Areas in England and Wales - links to tables on Nomis
26-Feb-2014The Local Characteristics tables included in this release are available to download from the Nomis website. This link file contains direct links to a page on the Nomis website for each table. Additional information is included that describes the geography level provided in each table.