The number of people aged 16 to 24 in full time education has more than doubled over the last 30 years
05-Mar-2014The youth population was 1 million lower in 2013 than in 1984
GDP and the Labour Market - Q4 2013 February GDP Update
26-Feb-2014Comparison of developments in GDP and the labour market in the latest quarter.
131 million days were lost due to sickness absences in the UK in 2013
25-Feb-20144.4 days were lost on average for each worker
Employment up 193,000 compared with the previous quarter
19-Feb-2014Comparing October-December 2013 with the previous three months, there was a large rise in the number of employed people, and a large fall in the number of people who were unemployed. The number of people not in the labour force was little changed.
GDP and the Labour Market - Q4 2013 February Labour Market Update
19-Feb-2014Comparison of developments in GDP and the labour market in the latest quarter.
Video Summary: Latest on the Labour Market, February 2014
19-Feb-2014This video summarises the key messages in the latest labour market release.
Subregional Productivity, March 2014
11-Mar-2014GVA per hour worked and GVA per filled job at NUTS 2 and NUTS 3 subregional geographies.
Public and Private Sector Earnings - March 2014
10-Mar-2014An article looking at differences in public and private sector pay at the national and regional level from 2002 to 2013.
Economic Review, March 2014
05-Mar-2014The key economic stories from National Statistics produced over the latest month, painting a coherent picture of the UK economic performance using recent economic data.
Young People in the Labour Market, 2014
05-Mar-2014More young people are staying on in full-time education. The participation of young people, aged 16 to 24, in the labour market is affected by this. This report looks at the differences between young people in full-time education and those young people who are not, as well as changes over time. There is a comparison of the UK with other European countries and a look at local area data.
Public and Private Sector Earnings - The Impact of the Standard Occupation Classification Revisions
28-Feb-2014This Methodological note explains how the move from the Standard Occupation Classification (SOC) 2000 to SOC 2010 has impacted on the estimates of the public and private sector pay differential. The note goes on to explain the steps that have been taken to create a consistent time series.
Full Report: Sickness Absence in the Labour Market, February 2014
25-Feb-2014This report analyses sickness absence rates of employees in the UK labour market. Analysis includes sickness absence rates over the last 20 years and the main reasons for sickness. Sickness is also analysed by the characteristics of employees including sex, age, region, occupation and the sector worked in.
SRLPROD01: Subregional Productivity, March 2014 (Excel sheet 182Kb)
11-Mar-2014GVA per hour worked and GVA per filled job by NUTS2 and NUTS3 subregions of the United Kingdom
SRLPRODJOBSHOURS: Subregional Productivity Hours and Jobs, March 2014 (Excel sheet 360Kb)
11-Mar-2014GVA per hour worked (£), GVA per filled job (£), Productivity Hours and Productivity Jobs by NUTS2 and NUTS3 subregions of the United Kingdom
Patterns of Pay reference tables, 1997-2013 (Excel sheet 340Kb)
27-Feb-2014These tables accompany the Patterns of Pay article which presents an analysis of the Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings (ASHE) estimates from 1997 to 2013. ASHE is ONS's most detailed and comprehensive source of information on levels, make-up and distribution of the earnings of employees.
Table NEET: Young People Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET) (Excel sheet 386Kb)
27-Feb-2014This table shows estimates for young people (aged from 16 to 24) who are Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET). This spreadsheet has been set up in printer-friendly format showing data for the last two years, with historic data appearing in hidden rows. The spreadsheet has macro buttons to unhide the rows to enable users to view the entire time series. If the macros do not work this is probably due to the security settings on your computer. You can either change the security settings or unhide the rows manually.
2011 Census: Local Characteristics on Labour Market for Output Areas in England and Wales - links to tables on Nomi (Excel sheet 39Kb)
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.
All data used in "Sickness Absence in the Labour Market" (Excel sheet 124Kb)
25-Feb-2014All data used in "Sickness Absence in the Labour Market"