Dataset:Labour market statistics time series
26 January 2021
Review of labour market resources and priorities has resulted in the temporary suspension of some of international estimates of employment and unemployment in this dataset. All data is readily available elsewhere on the ONS, Eurostat, OECD, Statistics Canada and US Bureau of Labour Statistics websites.
15 October 2020
This quarterly series output was not published on the 13th of October alongside other Labour Market outputs due to a technical issue in the production process. This issue has now been resolved and we apologise for the inconvenience.
17 April 2020
A minor error has been identified in the Labour Market time series data. The error affected figures from April 2005 for the following CDIDs: LF6J, LF7T, LF6T, LF89, BEHG, BEHN, BEJK, BEAZ, LF6K, LF7U, LF6U, LF8A, and figures from April 1992 to March 1997 for the following CDIDs: YCVY, YCWZ, YCYA, YCVZ, YCXA, YCYB, YCWA, YCXB, YCYC, YCVW, YCWX, YCXY, YCVX, YCWY YCXZ, YCVS, YCWT, YCXU, YCVT, YCWU, YCXV, YCVU, YCWV, YCXW. The error did not affect any of the release tables or other release products. The correct data will be uploaded and published with the next UK labour market release on 21 April 2020. We apologise for any inconvenience.
3 April 2020
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic presents a significant challenge to the UK. We are working to ensure that the UK has the vital information needed to respond to the impact of this pandemic on our economy and society.
The effects of the pandemic on ONS capacity and capability during this period means we have reviewed the existing labour market releases. As a result updates to some CDIDs will be suspended and data for missing periods will be available for all these tables when regular publication restarts. Data collection and publication of labour disputes will cease for the foreseeable future. This will impact CDIDs BBFW, BLUU, BLUT, F8XZ, F8Y2, F8Y3, and F8Y4.
This action will protect the delivery and quality of our remaining outputs as well as ensuring we can respond to new demands as a direct result of COVID-19. More details about the impact on labour market outputs can be found in our statement.