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Regional Labour Market, May 2012
16-May-2012This bulletin shows the latest key labour market statistics for the regions and countries of Great Britain along with statistics for local authorities, travel-to-work areas and parliamentary constituencies
Uses of the Business Register Employment Survey (BRES) (Pdf 55Kb)
15-Mar-2012Article demonstrating the use made of the BRES statistics
Regional Labour Market Statistics, March 2012
14-Mar-2012This bulletin shows the latest key labour market statistics for the regions and countries of Great Britain along with statistics for local authorities, travel-to-work areas and parliamentary constituencies
Regional Trends, No. 41, 2009 Edition - Women in business (Pdf 1223Kb)
24-Jun-2009This article looks at how to monitor trends among women who are active in business and how to understand the way they work and what drives them. Regular data on self-employment for both women and men is available from the Labour Force Survey and this is often used as a proxy for business ownership. The number of women who are self-employed has grown in recent years, but much of the growth is in women working part-time and focusing on more flexible working patterns to fit into domestic commitments.
Regional labour market statistics, May 2011 (ZIP 2959Kb)
18-May-2011The tables contain Labour Market indicators for the UK and GB regions. These cover economic activity, employment, unemployment, economic inactivity, full-time, part-time and temporary workers, workforce jobs, hours of work, Claimant Count by sex and duration of claim, economic activity by age, and economic inactivity by age and reason.
Regional Trends, No. 41, 2009 Edition - Data relating to article: Women in business (Excel sheet 365Kb)
24-Jun-2009Data from the Labour Force Survey, used in the charts for the article.