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Economy and Business

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  • DWP (WPLS) - Number of people claiming Disability Living Allowance (Derby LSOAs)
    "Source: DWP, Work and Pensions Longitudinal Study (WPLS).

    DLA is a non-contributory, non means-tested and tax-free contribution towards the disability-related extra costs of severely disabled people who claim help with those costs before the age of 65.

    To avoid the disclosure of confidential information, all counts have been adjusted using a variant of controlled rounding. Counts have been rounded to the nearest 5. A count of zero may not be a real zero.
  • DWP (WPLS) - Number of people claiming Employment and Support Allowance (Derby LSOAs)
    "Source: DWP, Work and Pensions Longitudinal Study (WPLS).

    Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) replaced Incapacity Benefit and Income Support paid on the grounds of incapacity for new claims from 27th October 2008.

    Please note: figures are rounded to the nearest 10, and those below 5 are suppressed as statistically unreliable. This data set is based on all claims (i.e. 100% processing of records) so is not subject to sampling error.
  • DWP (WPLS) - Number of people claiming Incapacity Benefit or Severe Disablement Allowance (Derby LSOAs)
    "Source: DWP, Work and Pensions Longitudinal Study (WPLS).

    IB is paid to people who are incapable of work and who meet contribution conditions. SDA was paid to those unable to work for 28+ weeks in a row because of illness or disability. Since April 2001 it has not been possible to make a new claim for SDA.

    Please note: this data excludes ESA claimants. Counts have been rounded to the nearest 5 to avoid disclosure of personal information - a count of zero may not be a real zero.
  • DWP (WPLS) - Number of people claiming Income Support (Derby LSOAs)
    "Source: DWP, Work and Pensions Longitudinal Study (WPLS).

    Please note: to ensure data do not allow the disclosure of confidential information, all counts have been adjusted using a variant of controlled rounding to avoid the disclosure of any personal information. All cells have been rounded to the nearest 5 and the total equals the sum of the disaggregation shown. Any count that is shown as zero may not be a real zero."
  • DWP (WPLS) - Number of people claiming Job Seeker's Allowance (Derby LSOAs)
    "Source: DWP, Work and Pensions Longitudinal Study (WPLS).

    JSA is a benefit payable to unemployed people. In general, to be entitled to claim a person must be available for work, be actively seeking work, and have entered into a Jobseeker's Agreement with Jobcentre Plus.

    Please note: all counts have been adjusted to avoid the disclosure of personal information. Counts have been rounded to the nearest 5 - a count of zero may not be a real zero.
  • KS107EW - Lone Parent households with Dependent Children (Derby LSOA hierarchy)
    Lone Parent Households with Dependent Children, KS107EW, ONS, Census 2011 - This table shows the number of lone parent households with dependent children at Census day, 27 March 2011.
  • KS601EW - Economic Activity - All People (Derby LSOA hierarchy)
    Economic activity - all people, KS601EW, ONS, Census 2011 - This table provides information that classifies usual residents aged 16 to 74 by economic activity, for England and Wales as at census day, 27 March 2011.
  • KS602EW - Economic Activity - Males (Derby LSOA hierarchy)
    Economic activity - males, KS602EW, ONS, Census 2011 - This table provides information that classifies usual residents aged 16 to 74 by economic activity, for England and Wales as at census day, 27 March 2011. It also provides additional information about the unemployed population (including full-time students), with estimates of the number of long-term unemployed, those who have never worked, and the classification of unemployed by key age groups.
  • KS603EW - Economic Activity - Females (Derby LSOA hierarchy)
    Economic activity - females, KS603EW, ONS, Census 2011 - This table provides information that classifies usual residents aged 16 to 74 by economic activity, for England and Wales as at census day, 27 March 2011. It also provides additional information about the unemployed population (including full-time students), with estimates of the number of long-term unemployed, those who have never worked, and the classification of unemployed by key age groups.
  • KS604EW - Hours worked (Derby LSOA hierarchy)
    Hours Worked, KS604EW, ONS, Census 2011 - This data view shows the hours worked by all usual residents aged 16 to 74 as of the week before the Census, 27 March 2011.
  • KS605EW - Industry of Employment - All People (Derby LSOA hierarchy)
    Industry by Sex - All persons, KS605EW, ONS, Census 2011 - This table provides information that classifies usual residents aged 16 to 74 by economic activity, for England and Wales as at census day, 27 March 2011. It also provides additional information about the unemployed population (including full-time students), with estimates of the number of long-term unemployed, those who have never worked, and the classification of unemployed by key age groups.
  • KS606EW - Industry of Employment - Males (Derby LSOA hierarchy)
    Industry by Sex - Males, KS606EW, ONS, Census 2011 - This table provides information that classifies usual residents aged 16 to 74 by economic activity, for England and Wales as at census day, 27 March 2011. It also provides additional information about the unemployed population (including full-time students), with estimates of the number of long-term unemployed, those who have never worked, and the classification of unemployed by key age groups.
  • KS607EW - Industry of Employment - Females (Derby LSOA hierarchy)
    Industry by Sex - Females, KS607EW, ONS, Census 2011 - This table provides information that classifies usual residents aged 16 to 74 by economic activity, for England and Wales as at census day, 27 March 2011. It also provides additional information about the unemployed population (including full-time students), with estimates of the number of long-term unemployed, those who have never worked, and the classification of unemployed by key age groups.
  • KS608EW - Occupation - All People (Derby LSOA hierarchy)
    Occupation by Sex - All Persons, KS608EW, ONS, Census 2011 - This table provides information that classifies usual residents aged 16 to 74 in employment the week before the census by occupation, for England and Wales as at census day, 27 March 2011.
  • KS609EW - Occupation - Males (Derby LSOA hierarchy)
    This table provides information that classifies usual residents aged 16 to 74 in employment the week before the census by occupation, for England and Wales as at census day, 27 March 2011. Source: KS609EW, ONS, Census 2011
  • KS610EW - Occupation - Females (Derby LSOA hierarchy)
    Occupation by Sex - Females, KS610EW, ONS, Census 2011 - This table provides information that classifies usual residents aged 16 to 74 in employment the week before the census by occupation, for England and Wales as at census day, 27 March 2011.
  • KS611EW - Socio-economic Classification (NS-SeC) - All People (Derby LSOA hierarchy)
    NS-SeC - All Persons, KS611EW, ONS, Census 2011 - This table provides information about the National Statistics Socio-economic Classification (NS-SeC) of usual residents aged 16 to 74, for England and Wales as at census day, 27 March 2011.
  • KS612EW - Socio-economic Classification (NS-SeC) - Males (Derby LSOA hierarchy)
    NS-SeC - Males, KS612EW, ONS, Census 2011 - This table provides information about the National Statistics Socio-economic Classification (NS-SeC) of usual residents aged 16 to 74, for England and Wales as at census day, 27 March 2011.
  • KS613EW - Socio-economic Classification (NS-SeC) - Females (Derby LSOA hierarchy)
    NS-SeC - females, KS613EW, ONS, Census 2011 - This table provides information about the National Statistics Socio-economic Classification (NS-SeC) of usual residents aged 16 to 74, for England and Wales as at census day, 27 March 2011.
  • ONS - Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings, resident analysis, Median gross weekly earnings (E. Mids LADs) (Info4Derby)
    Source: Office for National Statistics, Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings - resident analysis

    The Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings (ASHE) is conducted in April each year to obtain information about the levels, distribution and make-up of earnings and hours worked for employees.

    This data set provides information about earnings of employees who are living in an area, who are on adult rates and whose pay for the survey pay-period was not affected by absence.

    ASHE is based on a sample of employee jobs taken from HM Revenue & Customs PAYE records. Information on earnings and hours is obtained in confidence from employers. ASHE does not cover the self-employed nor does it cover employees not paid during the reference period.
  • ONS - Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings, workplace analysis, Median gross weekly earnings (E. Mids LADs) (Info4Derby)
    Source: Office for National Statistics, Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings - resident analysis

    The Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings (ASHE) is conducted in April each year to obtain information about the levels, distribution and make-up of earnings and hours worked for employees.

    This data set provides information about earnings of employees who are living in an area, who are on adult rates and whose pay for the survey pay-period was not affected by absence.

    ASHE is based on a sample of employee jobs taken from HM Revenue & Customs PAYE records. Information on earnings and hours is obtained in confidence from employers. ASHE does not cover the self-employed nor does it cover employees not paid during the reference period.
  • ONS – Claimant count (Derby LSOAs)
    Source: Office for National Statistics, Claimant count.

    The Claimant Count measures the number of people claiming benefit principally for the reason of being unemployed:
    •from April 2015, the Claimant Count includes all Universal Credit claimants who are required to seek work and be available for work, as well as all JSA claimants
    •between May 2013 and March 2015, the Claimant Count includes all out of work Universal Credit claimants as well as all JSA claimants.

    The Claimant Count includes people who claim unemployment-related benefits but who do not receive payment. For example, some claimants will have had their benefits stopped for a limited period of time by Jobcentre Plus. Some people claim JSA in order to receive National Insurance Credits.

    Please note; wherever possible, historic data are standardised using the 16-64 population from the corresponding mid-year estimate of population (MYE). For claimant data which supersedes the date of the most recent MYE, the latest available MYE is used as the denominator.
  • ONS – Claimant count (Derby wards)
    Source: Office for National Statistics, Claimant count.

    The Claimant Count measures the number of people claiming benefit principally for the reason of being unemployed:
    •from April 2015, the Claimant Count includes all Universal Credit claimants who are required to seek work and be available for work, as well as all JSA claimants
    •between May 2013 and March 2015, the Claimant Count includes all out of work Universal Credit claimants as well as all JSA claimants.

    The Claimant Count includes people who claim unemployment-related benefits but who do not receive payment. For example, some claimants will have had their benefits stopped for a limited period of time by Jobcentre Plus. Some people claim JSA in order to receive National Insurance Credits.

    Please note; wherever possible, historic data are standardised using the 16-64 population from the corresponding mid-year estimate of population (MYE). For claimant data which supersedes the date of the most recent MYE, the latest available MYE is used as the denominator.
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