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Subtopic: Regional Employment

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  • Regional Economic Indicators, July 2014 08-Jul-2014
    Regional Economic Indicators is an annual article providing an overview of the economic performance of UK regions and countries. The article includes analysis of regional/country data on economic output, productivity, incomes and the labour market. The drivers of regional productivity are also discussed with regional/country data provided covering the topics of innovation, enterprise, competition and skills.
  • Business Register and Employment Survey, 2012 27-Sep-2013
    This bulletin contains annual employee and employment estimates for 2012 split by region and industry from the Business Register and Employment Survey (BRES). BRES provides a rich dataset from which small area analyses can be derived at varying industrial and geographical levels. High level UK BRES estimates are published on the ONS website, while detailed GB regional estimates are published on NOMIS. BRES is regarded as the definitive source of official statistics for employment estimates by detailed geography and industry.
  • Regional Labour Market Statistics, June 2013 12-Jun-2013
    Official statistics on employment, unemployment, inactivity, jobs and the Claimant Count for regions, local authorities and parliamentary constituencies.
  • Regional Labour Market Statistics, May 2013 15-May-2013
    Official statistics on employment, unemployment, inactivity, jobs and the Claimant Count for regions, local authorities and parliamentary constituencies.
  • Regional Labour Market Statistics, April 2013 17-Apr-2013
    Official statistics on employment, unemployment, inactivity, jobs and the Claimant Count for regions, local authorities and parliamentary constituencies
  • Regional Labour Market Statistics, March 2013 20-Mar-2013
    Official statistics on employment, unemployment, inactivity, jobs and the Claimant Count for regions, local authorities and parliamentary constituencies.

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