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Labour Market Statistics Data Tables (Excel Spreadsheets), June 2013 This product is designated as National Statistics

Released: 12 June 2013 Download PDF

Abstract

This document provides an index of data tables. The data tables and the datasets contain historic data data going back as far as comparable data exists for each time series. The spreadsheets can be accessed from hyperlinks within this index. Spreadsheets showing estimates obtained from the Labour Force Survey (eg, employment, unemployment and economic inactivity) have been set up in printer-friendly format showing data for the last two years, with historic data appearing in hidden rows. These spreadsheets have 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.

Summary tables

A01: Labour market statistics summary data tables. (6.88 Mb Excel sheet) This document contains the data tables which appear in the pdf version of the Labour Market Statistical Bulletin.

A02: Labour force survey summary (employment, unemployment and inactivity). (1.24 Mb Excel sheet) This table shows the headline estimates of employment, unemployment and economic inactivity. 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.

A03: Labour Force Survey summary (employment, unemployment and inactivity) for men aged from 16 to 64 and women aged from 16 to 59. (737.5 Kb Excel sheet) The employment and inactivity rates shown in this table were the headline employment and inactivity rates until August 2010, when ONS replaced these headlines rates with rates for those aged from 16 to 64 for both men and women. These new headline rates for those aged from 16 to 64 are shown in Table A02. 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.

A04: Labour market summary (employment, unemployment and inactivity) for people below state pension age. (285.5 Kb Excel sheet) This table is updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. Estimates in this table follow the incemental increase in the female state pension age each quarter. Between 2010 and 2018 the state pension age for women will increase gradually from 60 to 65. These estimates are not the headline labour force survey estimates. The headline estimates are shown at Table A02. 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.

A05: Labour market status (employment, unemployment and inactivity) by age group. (3.13 Mb Excel sheet) This table shows estimates of employment, unemployment and economic inactivity by sex and age group. 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.

A06: Educational status and labour market status (employment, unemployment and inactivity) of people aged from 16 to 24. (2.17 Mb Excel sheet) This table shows estimates for people in full-time education and people not in full-time education. Not in full-time education includes people in part-time education and/or some form of training. Estimates of young people not in employment, education or training ("NEET") cannot therefore be derived from this table. 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.

A07: Regional labour market summary. (103 Kb Excel sheet) This table shows estimates of employment, unemployment and economic inactivity by region.

A08: Labour market status (employment, unemployment and inactivity) of disabled people. (216 Kb Excel sheet) This table is updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. 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.

A09: Labour market status (employment, unemployment and inactivity) by ethnic group. (792.5 Kb Excel sheet) This table is updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. 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.

A10: International comparisons of employment and unemployment rates. (274 Kb Excel sheet) The tables contains data for all EU member states plus the United States, Canada and Japan.

A11: Labour Force Survey Sampling Variability (95% confidence intervals). (53 Kb Excel sheet) This table show sampling variability estimates for key Labour Force Survey indicators for the UK and for the regions.

Employment tables

EMP01: Full-time, part-time and temporary workers. (1.27 Mb Excel sheet) This table shows seasonally adjusted and unadjusted estimates of employment and is updated every month. 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.

EMP02: Public and private sector employment. (71.5 Kb Excel sheet) This table is updated in March, June, September and December.

EMP03: Public sector employment by industry. (52 Kb Excel sheet) This table is updated in March, June, September and December.

EMP04: Public sector employment including and excluding financial corporations, English further education corporations and sixth form college corporations. (44.5 Kb Excel sheet) This table is updated in March, June, September and December.

EMP05: Employment rate revisions triangle. (725.5 Kb Excel sheet) This spreadsheet shows a revisions triangle for the headline seasonally adjusted employment rate for those aged from 16 to 64.

EMP06: Employment by country of birth and nationality. (174.5 Kb Excel sheet) These estimates are updated in February, May, August and November. 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.

EMP07: Temporary employees: all and part-time. (120.5 Kb Excel sheet) This table is updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. 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.

EMP08: All in employment by occupation. (107 Kb Excel sheet) This table is published four times a year in February, May, August and November. 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. A more detailed employment by occupation spreadsheet, published once a year, is available at Table EMP16 (299.5 Kb Excel sheet) .

EMP09: Employees and self-employed by occupation. (130 Kb Excel sheet) This table is updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. 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.

EMP10: Part-time and temporary workers by occupation. (111 Kb Excel sheet) This table is updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. 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.

EMP11: Employment by socio-economic classification. (103.5 Kb Excel sheet) This table is updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. 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.

EMP12: Part-time and temporary workers by socio-economic classification.  (137.5 Kb Excel sheet) This table is updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. 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.

EMP13: Employment by industry (Labour Force Survey). (151 Kb Excel sheet) This table is updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. 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.
NOTE: Workforce jobs, mainly sourced from employer surveys, provides a more reliable industrial breakdown than the Labour Force Survey. Workforce jobs by industry estimates are available at Table JOBS02 (192 Kb Excel sheet) . The public and private sector employment estimates shown at Table EMP02 (71.5 Kb Excel sheet) provide more reliable estimates than the figures from the Labour Force Survey shown in this table.

EMP14: Employees and self-employed by industry (Labour Force Survey). (259 Kb Excel sheet) This table is updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. 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.
NOTE: Workforce jobs, mainly sourced from employer surveys, provides a more reliable industrial breakdown than the Labour Force Survey. Workforce jobs by industry estimates are available at Tables JOBS02 (192 Kb Excel sheet) and JOBS03 (956 Kb Excel sheet) .

EMP15: Job related training received by employees. (129.5 Kb Excel sheet) This table is updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. 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.

EMP16: Employment by Occupation. (299.5 Kb Excel sheet) This spreadsheet is updated once a year in August and provides a detailed snapshot of employment by occupation, broken down by gender, for April-June 2012. Earlier versions of this spreadsheet containing data back to 2001 are available here.

Hours of work tables

HOUR01: Actual weekly hours worked. (462.5 Kb Excel sheet) This table shows estimates of actual hours worked including paid and unpaid overtime. 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.

HOUR02: Usual weekly hours worked. (1.57 Mb Excel sheet) This table shows estimates of usual weekly hours worked in main jobs including paid and unpaid overtime. 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.

HOUR03: Average hours worked by industry. (170 Kb Excel sheet) This table is updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. 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.

Earnings tables

Monthly Wages & Salaries Survey

EARN01: Average Weekly Earnings (AWE), seasonally adjusted. (461.5 Kb Excel sheet) This table shows the headline estimates of earnings growth sourced from the Monthly Wages and Salaries Survey.

EARN02: Average weekly earnings by sector. (434.5 Kb Excel sheet) Tables EARN02 and EARN03 show more detailed earnings estimates sourced from the Monthly Wages and Salaries Survey.

EARN03: Average weekly earnings by industry. (555.5 Kb Excel sheet)   Tables EARN02 and EARN03 show more detailed earnings estimates sourced from the Monthly Wages and Salaries Survey.

Labour Force Survey

EARN04: Gross weekly earnings of full-time employees (Labour Force Survey). (124.5 Kb Excel sheet) This table is usually updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. 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.

EARN05: Gross weekly earnings of full-time employees by region (Labour Force Survey). (140 Kb Excel sheet) This table is usually updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. 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.

EARN06: Gross weekly earnings by occupation (Labour Force Survey). (193.5 Kb Excel sheet) This table is usually updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. 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.

EARN07: Gross weekly earnings by industry (Labour Force Survey). (282.5 Kb Excel sheet) This table is usually updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. 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.

EARN08: Distribution of gross hourly earnings of employees (Labour Force Survey). (278.5 Kb Excel sheet) This table is usually updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. 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.

Productivity and Labour Disputes tables

Productivity

PROD01: Labour productivity. (75.5 Kb Excel sheet) This table is updated four times a year in January, April, July and October.

Labour Disputes

LABD01: Labour disputes. (117 Kb Excel sheet) This table shows estimates for labour disputes and is updated every month.

LABD02: Labour disputes by sector. (86.5 Kb Excel sheet) This table shows more detailed estimates of labour disputes by sector and is updated every month.

LABD03: Stoppages of work. (83 Kb Excel sheet) This table provides estimates of stoppages of work and is updated every month.

Unemployment tables

UNEM01: Unemployment by age and duration. (2.03 Mb Excel sheet) This table shows the headline estimates of unemployment by age, sex and duration. The table is updated every month. 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.

UNEM02: Unemployment by previous occupation. (205.5 Kb Excel sheet) This table is updated four times a year in February, May, August and November.   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.

UNEM03: Unemployment by previous industrial sector. (253 Kb Excel sheet) This table is updated four times a year in February, May, August and November. 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.

UNEM04: Unemployment rate revisions triangle. (1.66 Mb Excel sheet) This table show a revisions triangle for the headline unemployment rate for those aged 16 and over.

Economic Inactivity and Redundancies tables

Economic inactivity

INAC01: Economic inactivity by reason. (2.45 Mb Excel sheet) This table shows the headline estimates of inactivity by reason for inactivity and by sex. The table is updated every month. 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.

Redundancies

RED01: Redundancies levels and rates. (190 Kb Excel sheet) This table shows estimates of whole economy redundancies by sex. The table is update every month. 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.

RED02: Redundancies by industry, age, sex and re-employment rates (not seasonally adjusted). (2.38 Mb Excel sheet) This table shows more detailed estimates of redundancies and is updated four times a year in February, May, August and November.

Claimant Count and Benefits tables

Claimant Count

CLA01: Claimant Count summary. (299.5 Kb Excel sheet) The table provides estimates of the number of people benefits principally for the reason of being; since October 1996 this has been the number of people claiming Jobseeker's Allowance (JSA).

CLA02: Claimant Count by age and duration. (471.5 Kb Excel sheet) The table provides estimates of the number of people claiming jobseeker's allowance (JSA) by age, sex and duration of claim.

CLA03: Lone parent claimants of jobseeker's allowance. (64.5 Kb Excel sheet) This table shows lone parent claimants of Jobseeker's Allowance (JSA) from April 2005 to March 2013. The table is no longer updated by the Office for National Statistics. The estimates continue to be available from the Department for Work & Pensions (DWP) website . These estimates are not designated as National Statistics.

CLA04: Claimant Count revisions triangle. (1.62 Mb Excel sheet) This table provides a revisions triangle for the headline Claimant Count level.

Benefits

BEN01: Key out of work benefits. (58.5 Kb Excel sheet) Key out of work benefits includes those benefits paid to people subject to labour market activation policies by the Department for Work and Pensions. This table is usually updated four times a year in February, May, August and November.

Jobs tables

JOBS01: Workforce jobs summary. (51.5 Kb Excel sheet) This table shows estimates of employee jobs, self-employment jobs, HM Forces jobs and government supported trainee jobs. Workforce jobs tables are usually only updated in March, June, September and December.

JOBS02: Workforce jobs by industry. (192 Kb Excel sheet) This table shows estimates of jobs by industry according to Standard Industrial Classification 2007. Workforce jobs tables are usually only updated in March, June, September and December.

JOBS03: Employee jobs by industry. (956 Kb Excel sheet) This table shows estimates of employee jobs by industry according to Standard Industrial Classification 2007. This table is usually only updated in March, June, September and December.

JOBS04: Self-employment jobs by industry. (738.5 Kb Excel sheet) This table shows estimates of self-employment jobs by industry according to Standard Industrial Classification 2007. This table is usually only updated in March, June, September and December.

JOBS05: Workforce jobs by region and industry. (328.5 Kb Excel sheet) This table shows estimates of workforce jobs by region and industry. Workforce jobs tables are usually only updated in March, June, September and December.

JOBS06: Workforce jobs revisions triangle. (351.5 Kb Excel sheet) This spreadsheet provides a revisions triangle for the headline seasonally adjusted estimate of total workforce jobs. Workforce jobs tables are usually only updated in March, June, September and December.

JOBS07: Workforce jobs sampling variability. (44.5 Kb Excel sheet) This spreadsheet provides sampling variability estimates for workforce jobs. These sampling variability estimates are usually updated once a year.

Vacancies tables

VACS01: Vacancies and unemployment. (48 Kb Excel sheet) This table provides estimates of the number of unemployed people per vacancy. The table is updated every month.

VACS02: Vacancies by industry. (227.5 Kb Excel sheet) This table shows vacancies by industry according to Standard Industrial Classification 2007. The table is updated every month.

VACS03: Vacancies by size of business. (72 Kb Excel sheet) This table shows estimates of vacancies by size of business. The table is updated every month.

Supplementary tables

X01: Labour Force Survey single month estimates. (158.5 Kb Excel sheet) These estimates are not designated as National Statistics as they are based on around one third of the LFS sample size. The headline estimates are for three month average time periods and are available at Table A02 (1.24 Mb Excel sheet) .

X02: Labour Force Survey flows estimates. (80.5 Kb Excel sheet) These estimates are experimental. They are published four times a year in February, May, August and November.

X03: Reconciliation of estimates of employment and jobs. (79 Kb Excel sheet) This spreadsheet reconciles estimates of workforce jobs (derived primarily from employer surveys) with estimates of employment (derived from the Labour Force Survey). The spreadsheet is updated in those months when estimates of workforce jobs are published; usually March, June, September and December.

Tables appearing in pdf verson of Statistical Bulletin

The pdf version of the Statistical Bulletin includes 24 summary data tables. These data tables are listed below together with the corresponding EXCEL spreadsheets.

Summary tables

1. Labour Force Survey Summary - Table A02 (1.24 Mb Excel sheet)

2. Labour market status by age group (*) - Table A05 (3.13 Mb Excel sheet)

(*) Tables 2 and 12 in the pdf version of the Statistical Bulletin have been amalgamated into one spreadsheet (Table A05).

Employment and jobs tables

3. Full-time, part-time and temporary workers - Table EMP01 (1.27 Mb Excel sheet)

4. Public and private sector employment - Table EMP02 (71.5 Kb Excel sheet)

4(1). Public sector employment by industry - Table EMP03 (52 Kb Excel sheet)

4(2). Public sector employment including and excluding financial corporations, English further education corporations and sixth form college corporations - Table EMP04 (44.5 Kb Excel sheet)

5. Workforce jobs summary - Table JOBS01 (51.5 Kb Excel sheet)

6. Workforce jobs by industry - Table JOBS02  (192 Kb Excel sheet) (*)

7. Actual weekly hours worked - Table HOUR01 (462.5 Kb Excel sheet)

7(1). Usual weekly hours worked - Table HOUR02 (1.57 Mb Excel sheet)

8. Employment by country of birth and nationality - Table EMP06 (174.5 Kb Excel sheet)

(*) Table JOBS02 provides more detail than Table 6 in the pdf version of the Statistical Bulletin.

Unemployment tables

9. Unemployment by age and duration - Table UNEM01 (2.03 Mb Excel sheet)

Claimant count tables

10. Claimant count summary - Table CLA01 (299.5 Kb Excel sheet)

10(1). Lone parent claimants of Jobseeker's Allowance - Table CLA03 (64.5 Kb Excel sheet)

11. Claimant count by age and duration - Table CLA02 (471.5 Kb Excel sheet)

Economic activity and inactivity tables

12. Economic activity by age (*) - Table A05 (3.13 Mb Excel sheet)

13. Economic inactivity by reason - Table INAC01 (2.45 Mb Excel sheet)

14. Labour market and educational status of young people - Table A06 (2.17 Mb Excel sheet)

(*) Tables 2 and 12 in the pdf version of the Statistical Bulletin have been amalgamated into one spreadsheet (Table A05).

Earnings and labour productivity tables

15. Average weekly earnings (total pay) - Table EARN01 (461.5 Kb Excel sheet)

15(1). Average weekly earnings (bonus pay) - Table EARN01 (461.5 Kb Excel sheet)

16. Average weekly earnings (regular pay) - Table EARN01 (461.5 Kb Excel sheet)

17. Labour productivity- Table PROD01 (75.5 Kb Excel sheet)

Regional and international summary tables

18. Regional labour market summary - Table A07 (103 Kb Excel sheet)

19. International comparisons of employment and unemployment - Table A10 (274 Kb Excel sheet)

Labour disputes tables

20. Labour disputes - Table LABD01 (117 Kb Excel sheet)

Vacancies tables

21. Vacancies by size of business - Table VACS03 (72 Kb Excel sheet)

21(1). Vacancies and unemployment - Table VACS01 (48 Kb Excel sheet)

22. Vacancies by industry - Table VACS02 (227.5 Kb Excel sheet)

Redundancies tables

23. Redundancies levels and rates - Table RED01 (190 Kb Excel sheet)

24. Redundancies by industry - Table RED02  (2.38 Mb Excel sheet) (*)

(*) Table RED02 provides more detail than Table 24 in the pdf version of the Statistical Bulletin.

Background notes

  1. These data tables are accompanied by a Statistical Bulletin.
  2. Estimates of regional and local area labour market statistics are available from the NOMIS website.
  3. Details of the policy governing the release of new data are available by visiting www.statisticsauthority.gov.uk/assessment/code-of-practice/index.html or from the Media Relations Office email: media.relations@ons.gsi.gov.uk

    The United Kingdom Statistics Authority has designated these statistics as National Statistics, in accordance with the Statistics and Registration Service Act 2007 and signifying compliance with the Code of Practice for Official Statistics.

    Designation can be broadly interpreted to mean that the statistics:

    • meet identified user needs;
    • are well explained and readily accessible;
    • are produced according to sound methods; and
    • are managed impartially and objectively in the public interest.

    Once statistics have been designated as National Statistics it is a statutory requirement that the Code of Practice shall continue to be observed.

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