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URL published 11/01/2017

Description:
Profile beginning together various data sources:- All figures are the most recent available. -Resident population -Employment and unemployment -Economic inactivity -Workless households -Employment by occupation -Qualifications -Earnings by place of residence -Out-of-work benefits -Jobs (total jobs / employee jobs) -Civil Service jobs -Businesses Provided by Nomis
Places:
Ashfield District

URL published 11/01/2017

Description:
Profile beginning together various data sources:- All figures are the most recent available. -Resident population -Employment and unemployment -Economic inactivity -Workless households -Employment by occupation -Qualifications -Earnings by place of residence -Out-of-work benefits -Jobs (total jobs / employee jobs) -Civil Service jobs -Businesses Provided by Nomis
Places:
Bassetlaw District

URL published 11/01/2017

Description:
Profile beginning together various data sources:- All figures are the most recent available. -Resident population -Employment and unemployment -Economic inactivity -Workless households -Employment by occupation -Qualifications -Earnings by place of residence -Out-of-work benefits -Jobs (total jobs / employee jobs) -Civil Service jobs -Businesses Provided by Nomis
Places:
Broxtowe District

URL published 11/01/2017

Description:
Profile beginning together various data sources:- All figures are the most recent available. -Resident population -Employment and unemployment -Economic inactivity -Workless households -Employment by occupation -Qualifications -Earnings by place of residence -Out-of-work benefits -Jobs (total jobs / employee jobs) -Civil Service jobs -Businesses Provided by Nomis
Places:
Gedling Borough

URL published 11/01/2017

Description:
Profile beginning together various data sources:- All figures are the most recent available. -Resident population -Employment and unemployment -Economic inactivity -Workless households -Employment by occupation -Qualifications -Earnings by place of residence -Out-of-work benefits -Jobs (total jobs / employee jobs) -Civil Service jobs -Businesses Provided by Nomis
Places:
Mansfield District

URL published 11/01/2017

Description:
Profile beginning together various data sources:- All figures are the most recent available. -Resident population -Employment and unemployment -Economic inactivity -Workless households -Employment by occupation -Qualifications -Earnings by place of residence -Out-of-work benefits -Jobs (total jobs / employee jobs) -Civil Service jobs -Businesses Provided by Nomis
Places:
Newark and Sherwood District

URL published 11/01/2017

Description:
Profile beginning together various data sources:- All figures are the most recent available. -Resident population -Employment and unemployment -Economic inactivity -Workless households -Employment by occupation -Qualifications -Earnings by place of residence -Out-of-work benefits -Jobs (total jobs / employee jobs) -Civil Service jobs -Businesses Provided by Nomis
Places:
Nottingham City

URL published 11/01/2017

Description:
Profile beginning together various data sources:- All figures are the most recent available. -Resident population -Employment and unemployment -Economic inactivity -Workless households -Employment by occupation -Qualifications -Earnings by place of residence -Out-of-work benefits -Jobs (total jobs / employee jobs) -Civil Service jobs -Businesses Provided by Nomis
Places:
Rushcliffe Borough

URL published 11/01/2017

Description:
Employment bulletins contain a monthly analysis of employment, unemployment and jobs in Nottinghamshire. They are available to download in PDF format. Produced by Les Kightley, Nottinghamshire County Council.
Places:
Nottinghamshire

Document published 01/12/2016

Description:
This note looks at the average annual earnings of full time employees living or working in Nottingham. It compares the City to other parts of the country and also looks at the change in earnings over time
Format:
application/msword
Places:
City of Nottingham

Document published 14/06/2016

Description:
This note looks at the average annual earnings of full time employees living or working in Nottingham. It compares the City to other parts of the country and also looks at the change in earnings over time
Format:
application/msword
Places:
City of Nottingham

Document published 05/05/2016

Description:
What¿s sometimes overlooked, or at least easily underestimated, is that commuting has huge implications for local authorities in general and for local economic development in particular. This note demonstrates that this is particularly the case for Nottingham.Far from being ¿islands unto themselves¿ local economies like ours are increasingly open and dynamic. Nottingham City has vitally important complementary economic relationships with our near neighbours in particular - the labour market and firm links between us generate significant mutual economic benefit. For policymakers seeking to enhance the productivity and growth of Nottingham City it is therefore vital to look beyond administrative boundaries and to understand the inter-connectivity of the parts that make up the whole. That¿s what this note is concerned with.
Format:
application/pdf
Places:
City of Nottingham

Document published 20/11/2015

Description:
This note summarises the 2014 data on workless households from the Annual Population Survey, and looks at changes from 2013.
Format:
application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.wordprocessingml.document
Places:
City of Nottingham

Document published 28/04/2015

Description:
Drawing on the latest available statistics from various sources the LMA provides an analysis of employment and skills trends affecting a number of key discrete groups in the Nottingham and Nottinghamshire labour market: people in work; people engaged in learning; people not in learning or work; and employers. As well as being reflective, it also provides insights into future prospects and challenges to 2022.
Format:
application/pdf
Places:
City of Nottingham

Document published 26/11/2014

Description:
This note looks at the average annual earnings of full time employees living or working in Nottingham. It compares the City to other parts of the country and also looks at the change in earnings over time
Format:
application/msword
Places:
City of Nottingham

Document published 26/11/2014

Description:
This report looks at the changes in the proportion of UK residents in work who want to work for more hours. It analyses the differences between 2014 and prior to the recession in 2008. The likely levels of underemployment in Nottingham are then estimated based on these national trends.
Format:
application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.wordprocessingml.document
Places:
City of Nottingham

Document published 09/01/2014

Description:
This note looks at the average annual earnings of full time employees living or working in Nottingham. It compares the City to other parts of the country and also looks at the change in earnings over time
Format:
application/msword
Places:
City of Nottingham

Document published 09/01/2013

Description:
This note looks at the average annual earnings of full time employees living or working in Nottingham. It compares the City to other parts of the country and also looks at the change in earnings over time
Format:
application/msword
Places:
City of Nottingham

Document published 01/01/2011

Description:
This note looks at the average annual earnings of full time employees living or working in Nottingham. It compares the City to other parts of the country and also looks at the change in earnings over time
Format:
application/msword
Places:
City of Nottingham, Greater Nottingham Partnership

Document published 01/11/2010

Description:
The report looks at changes in the employment rate of Nottingham City residents during the recession and compares it to the changes seen in the rest of Greater Nottingham and the rest of the country. It particularly looks at the change in full time and part time employment as an explanation for these differences.
Format:
application/msword
Places:
City of Nottingham, England, Greater Nottingham Partnership

Document published 01/01/2008

Description:
A report looking at the retention of Graduates from the two universities by the Greater Nottingham labour market. Also shows comparisons to the other Core Cities. Based on data from the 2007/8 Destination of Leavers from Higher Education Survey
Format:
application/msword
Places:
City of Nottingham, East Midlands, Greater Nottingham Partnership, Nottinghamshire

Document published 01/07/2007

Description:
The objective of this study is to identify and improve understanding of the barriers to accessing employment and training experienced by people living within Greater Nottingham. This study focuses on transport-related aspects of accessibility, although these have been considered in the context of wider accessibility issues. Recommendations from the study are intended to inform strategic planning of services and information provision. The study encompassed Greater Nottingham conurbation, including: the City of Nottingham, the surrounding districts of Broxtowe, Gedling and Rushcliffe, and the Hucknall electoral wards of Ashfield.
Format:
application/pdf
Places:
City of Nottingham

Document published 01/07/2007

Description:
The objective of this study is to identify and improve understanding of the barriers to accessing employment and training experienced by people living within Greater Nottingham. This study focuses on transport-related aspects of accessibility, although these have been considered in the context of wider accessibility issues. Recommendations from the study are intended to inform strategic planning of services and information provision. The study encompassed Greater Nottingham conurbation, including: the City of Nottingham, the surrounding districts of Broxtowe, Gedling and Rushcliffe, and the Hucknall electoral wards of Ashfield.
Format:
application/pdf
Places:
City of Nottingham