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Labour supply consists of people who are employed, as well as those people defined as unemployed or economically inactive, who can be considered to be potential labour supply. Information in this section relates to the characteristics of people living in an area. The survey includes data from a sample of aroundpeople aged 16 and over. As APS estimates are based on samples, they are subject to sampling variability.
This means that if another sample for the same period were drawn, a different estimate might be produced. In general, the larger the of people in a sample, the smaller the variation between estimates. Estimates for smaller areas such as local authorities are therefore less reliable than those for larger areas such as regions.
When the sample size is too small to produce reliable estimates, the estimates are replaced with a. As unemployed form a small percentage of the population, the APS unemployed estimates within local authorities are based on very small samples so for many areas would be unreliable. To overcome this ONS has developed a statistical model that provides better estimates of total unemployed for unitary authorities and local authority districts unemployment estimates for counties are direct survey estimates. Model-based estimates are not produced for male or female unemployed.
The model-based estimate improves on the APS estimate by borrowing strength from the Claimant Count to produce an estimate that is more precise i. The of people measured by the Claimant Count is not itself a measure of unemployment but is strongly correlated with unemployment, and, as it is an administrative count, is known without sampling error. The gain in precision is greatest for areas with smaller sample sizes. Qualifications data are only be available from the APS for calendar year periods, for example, Jan to Dec The variables show the total of people who are qualified at a particular level and above, so data in this table are not additive.
This follows ONS policy for presenting qualifications data in publications. Separate counts for trade apprenticeships can be obtained from the full APS data set Query data. The figures show the median earnings in pounds for employees living in the area who are on adults rates of pay and whose pay was not affected by absence. The ASHE is based on a 1 per cent sample of employees, information on whose earnings and hours is obtained from employers. The survey does not cover self-employed.
Information relates to a pay period in April. The earnings information collected relates to gross pay before tax, national insurance or other deductions, and excludes payments in kind. It is restricted to earnings relating to the survey pay period and so excludes payments of arrears from another period made during the survey period; any payments due as a result of a pay settlement but not yet paid at the time of the survey will also be excluded. The Claimant Count is the of people claiming benefit principally for the reason of being unemployed. This is measured by combining the of people claiming Jobseeker's Allowance JSA and National Insurance credits with the of people receiving Universal Credit principally for the reason of being unemployed.
Claimants declare that they are out of work, capable of, available for and actively seeking work during the week in which the claim is made.
The measure of the of people receiving Universal Credit principally for the reason of being unemployed is still being developed by the Department for Work and Pensions. Consequently this component of the total Claimant Count does not yet correctly reflect the target population of unemployed claimants and is subject to revisions. For this reason the Claimant Count is currently deated as Experimental Statistics. For various reasons, e. These clerical claims do not have as much detail as the computerised claims and therefore, whilst part of the claimant count by sex table, cannot be included the age breakdown.
Unemployment benefits normally only apply to people aged 18 years and over. They can only be claimed by 16 and 17 year olds in exceptional circumstances. Consequently the counts for this age group are typically very low. From August DWP discontinued this dataset when they changed the way they publish their benefit statistics. The last period of data is the November figures published in May The of working-age people who are claiming one or more main DWP benefits.
The main benefits are: bereavement benefit, carer's allowance, disability living allowance, ESA and incapacity benefit, severe disablement allowance, income support, jobseeker's allowance, and widow's benefit. The age at which women reach State Pension age is gradually increasing from 60 to 65 between April and April Throughout this period, only women below State Pension age are counted as working age benefit claimants. The total count is broken down by statistical groups.
These categorise each person according to the main reason why they are claiming benefit. Each client is classified to a single group. Benefits are arranged hierarchically and claimants are ased to a group according to the top most benefit they receive. Thus a person who is a lone parent and receives Incapacity Benefit would be classified as incapacity benefits. Consequently, the group lone parent will not contain all lone parents as some will be included in the incapacity benefits group and Job seekers groups. Main out-of-work benefits consists of the groups: job seekers, ESA and incapacity benefits, lone parents and others on income related benefits.
These groups have been chosen to best represent a count of all those benefit recipients who cannot be in full-time employment as part of their condition of entitlement. DLA is paid to those needing help with personal care.
These people can, and some will, be in full-time employment. In addition, we exclude those claiming solely carer's benefits or claiming carer's benefits alongside income support, as DWP does not pursue active labour market policies for this group. Carers benefits are paid to those with full time caring responsibilities.
The group entitled to Carer's benefits alongside Income Support IS includes around 86, claimants and has been stable over time. The level of jobs per resident aged For example, a job density of 1. The total of jobs is a workplace-based measure and comprises employee jobs, self-employed, government-supported trainees and HM Forces. The of residents aged figures used to calculate jobs densities are based on the relevant mid-year population estimates. The of jobs held by employees. Employee jobs excludes self-employed, government-supported trainees and HM Forces, so this count will be smaller than the total jobs figure shown in the Jobs density table.
The BRES records a job at the location of an employee's workplace rather than at the location of the business's main office. The figures show the median Live sex in harlow in pounds for employees working in the area who are on adults rates of pay and whose pay was not affected by absence. In information related to the pay period which included 21 April. It excludes the Northern Ireland Civil Service, other Crown servants and employees of the wider public sector.
Headcount statistics are based on the of employees with an employment contract who are being paid by the organisation. Employees can be permanent, on a fixed-term contract or employed on a temporary basis. The self-employed, contract workers and agency workers are excluded. Employees not on the payroll and not being paid during the reference period are also excluded, for example, those on unpaid maternity leave, unpaid sick absence and career breaks.
Full-time employees are those who are contracted to work 37 hours per week 36 hours per week in London for employees employed prior to Employees in London substantively promoted sinceor who have ed the Civil Service subsequent to this date, are now contracted to work 37 hours per week if on a full-time basis. Part-time employees are those who work less than the normal contracted hours. The data contained in the table are compiled from an extract taken from the Inter-Departmental Business Register IDBR recording the position of units as at March of the reference year. The table presents analysis of businesses at both Enterprise and Local Unit level.
An individual site for example a factory Live sex in harlow shop in an enterprise is called a local unit. Because this is based on a sample of enterprises, estimates from returns and from other ONS surveys have also been used.Live sex in harlow
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