OT607EW - NS-SeC (Out of term-time population)

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nomis
official labour market statistics
OT607EW - NS-SeC (Out of term-time
population)
Overview
Table population All usual residents aged 16 to 74 living in the area out of term-time
Reference
OT607EW
Source
Census 2011
Keywords
Out of term population, Long-term unemployed, NS-SeC, Students, Schoolchildren, Unemployed
Coverage
England and Wales
Units
Persons
Latest data
2011
Last updated
2014-09-24 09:30:00
Contact
Census
Email
[email protected]
Phone
01329 444 972
Website
http://www.ons.gov.uk/census
Dataset metadata
This dataset provides 2011 Census estimates that classify the out of term population in England and Wales aged 16 to
74 by NS-SeC. The estimates are as at census day, 27 March 2011.
The out of term population is a redistribution of the usually resident population to their place of residence in out of
term periods. Students who reported a second address that was a student's home address are counted at that second
address. Students that did not provide an out of term address and usual residents who are not students are counted at
their usual residence.
Statistical Disclosure Control
In order to protect against disclosure of personal information from the 2011 Census, there has been swapping of
records in the Census database between different geographic areas, and so some counts will be affected. In the main,
the greatest effects will be at the lowest geographies, since the record swapping is targeted towards those households
with unusual characteristics in small areas.
More details on the ONS Census disclosure control strategy may be found on the Statistical Disclosure Control page on
the ONS web site.
Variables
geography
The following types of geography are available:
NHS area teams, clinical commissioning groups, built-up areas including subdivisions, built-up areas, national
assembly for wales electoral regions 2010, postcode areas, postcode districts, postcode sectors, national
assembly for wales constituencies 2010, english parishes / welsh communities, 2011 local health boards, 2011
primary care trusts, 2011 strategic health authorities, 2011 wards, 2011 super output areas - middle layer,
2011 super output areas - lower layer, 2011 output areas, local enterprise partnerships (as of January 2013),
parliamentary constituencies 2010, local authorities: county / unitary (prior to April 2015), local authorities:
district / unitary (prior to April 2015), regions, countries
NS-SeC
The category "L17 Not classifiable for other reasons" has been omitted as it counts persons under 16 and the
population for this dataset is aged 16 to 74.
http://www.nomisweb.co.uk/census/2011/ot607ew.pdf - 01 October 2016
The following NS-SeC are available:
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All categories: NS-SeC
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1. Higher managerial, administrative and professional occupations
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1.1 Large employers and higher managerial and administrative occupations
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L1 Employers in large establishments
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L2 Higher managerial and administrative occupations
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1.2 Higher professional occupations
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L3.1 Traditional employees
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L3.2 New employees
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L3.3 Traditional self-employed
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L3.4 New self-employed
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2. Lower managerial, administrative and professional occupations
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L4 Lower professional and higher technical occupations
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L4.1 Traditional employees
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L4.2 New employees
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L4.3 Traditional self-employed
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L4.4 New self-employed
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L5 Lower managerial and administrative occupations
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L6 Higher supervisory occupations
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3. Intermediate occupations
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L7.1 Intermediate clerical and administrative occupations
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L7.2 Intermediate sales and service occupations
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L7.3 Intermediate technical and auxiliary occupations
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L7.4 Intermediate engineering occupations
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4. Small employers and own account workers
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L8 Employers in small establishments
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L8.1 Employers in small establishments in industry, commerce, services etc.
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L8.2 Employers in small establishments in agriculture
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L9 Own account workers
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L9.1 Own account workers (non-professional)
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L9.2 Own account workers (agriculture)
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5. Lower supervisory and technical occupations
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L10 Lower supervisory occupations
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L11 Lower technical occupations
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L11.1 Lower technical craft occupations
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L11.2 Lower technical process operative occupations
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6. Semi-routine occupations
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L12.1 Semi-routine sales occupations
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L12.2 Semi-routine service occupations
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L12.3 Semi-routine technical occupations
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L12.4 Semi-routine operative occupations
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L12.5 Semi-routine agricultural occupations
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L12.6 Semi-routine clerical occupations
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L12.7 Semi-routine childcare occupations
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7. Routine occupations
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L13.1 Routine sales and service occupations
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L13.2 Routine production occupations
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L13.3 Routine technical occupations
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L13.4 Routine operative occupations
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L13.5 Routine agricultural occupations
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8. Never worked and long-term unemployed
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L14.1 Never worked
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L14.2 Long-term unemployed
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L15 Full-time students
http://www.nomisweb.co.uk/census/2011/ot607ew.pdf - 01 October 2016
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