East Sussex Labour Market Profile Population in Yr 2010 East Sussex South East Great Britain (numbers) (numbers) (numbers)All people 515,500 8,523,100 60,462,600Males 247,000 4,183,200 29,758,900Females 268,500 4,339,800 30,703,700 Source: unless otherwise stated, the data is based on the NOMIS profile for East Sussex
This presentation looks at Earnings by residence East Sussex, South East, Great Britain (Year 2011) Employment by occupation Employee jobs (Year 2008) Employment and Unemployment Jul 2010 to June 2011 (% for ages 16 to 64) Qualifications
Earnings by residence (2011) Median earnings in pounds for employees living in the area. Gross weekly pay Hourly pay £607.40£539.80 £541.70 £11.95 £474.30 Great Britain £428.00 £446.30 £13.32 £12.66 Male full-time South East workers £15.26 Female full-time workers £11.38 East Sussex £13.42 East Sussex South East Great Britain How do these figures compare to the ‘Minimum Income • £6.08 per hour: National Minimum Wage for workers Standard ‘ ? The MIS is based on what experts and ordinary over 21 people say is enough money to live on. The amounts below are after income tax, and do not include housing or childcare costs. • £7.63 per hour: the amount needed by a single adult Most people relying on basic out-of-work benefits do not reach working full time in order to meet the Minimum Income this standard. Standard (see opposite) • £184 : amount needed by a single working age adult • £9.33 - the hourly wage required by a lone parent with • £232 : amount needed by pensioner couple one child to achieve the Minimum Income Standard • £423 : amount needed by couple with 2 children • Child poverty under 16 : Eastbourne(23.2%), Hastings (30.5%), Lewes(15.9%), Rother(19.8%) (11/3%). Child • £245: amount needed by lone parent with one child Source: Joseph Rowntree Trust poverty definition: children living in families whose reported income is less than 60% of the median income.
Oct 2010 to Employment by occupation Sep 2011 42.1 43.3 48.1 Managers, directors, profes sionalsPercentage % Admin, secretarial, skilled trades 25.4 21.9 21.5 Caring, leisure, customer services Plant operatives & 17.2 elementary occus 19 16.4 17.6 13.4 14 East Sussex South East Great Britain
Employee jobs (Yr 2008) East Sussex South East Manufacturing 7% 6% 8% 9% Construction 5% 6% Distribution, hotels & 26% restaurants34% Transport & 25% communications 27% Finance, IT, other business activities Public admin, education & health 24% 6% 14% Other services 3% Great Britain Notes 5% 10% Employee jobs excludes self-employed, government- 5% supported trainees and HM Forces. The information comes from the Annual Business Inquiry (ABI) - an employer28% survey conducted in December of each year. The survey 24% samples around 78,000 businesses. The ABI records a job at the location of an employees workplace (rather than at the location of the businesss main office). 22% 6%
Employee jobs – full time and part-time (Yr 2008) Full-time Part-time The Annual Business Inquiry defines part- time employees as 35.3 31 31.2 those working for 30 or fewer hours per week.percentages % 64.7 69 68.8 East Sussex South East Great Britain
Employment and Unemployment Oct 2010 to Sept 2011 (% for ages 16 to 64) In employment Self employed 10.4 Employees 11.9 9.1 PERCENTAGES In employment: People expressed as a percentage of population aged 16 to 64. 58.4 63.6 60.5 East Sussex South East Great Britain Economically active: People, who are economically active are expressed as aEconomically 75.7% 79.2% 76.1% percentage of people aged 16 to 64. Theyactive include the employed and unemployed Unemployed who are actively seeking work. Great Britain % Percentage is for age 16 plus. It is expressed as a proportion of the economically active South East % The unemployed refers to people without a job who were available to start work in the East Sussex % two weeks following their interview and who had either looked for work in the four 0 2 4 6 8 10 weeks prior to interview or were waiting to PERCENTAGE start a job they had already obtained.
Qualifications – percentages are for those aged 16 to 64 Jan 2010 to Dec 2010 Notes The trade apprenticeships are split 50/50 between NVQ No qualifications Other qualifications Below NVQ3 NVQ3 and above level 2 and 3. No qualifications: No formal qualifications held Other qualifications: includes foreign qualifications and some professional qualificationsGreat Britain 11.3 8.5 29.2 51 NVQ 1 equivalent: e.g. fewer than 5 GCSEs at grades A- C, foundation GNVQ, NVQ 1, intermediate 1 national qualification (Scotland) or equivalent NVQ 2 equivalent: e.g. 5 or more GCSEs at grades A- C, intermediate GNVQ, NVQ 2, intermediate 2 national South East 8.5 7.5 30.2 53.8 qualification (Scotland) or equivalent NVQ 3 equivalent: e.g. 2 or more A levels, advanced GNVQ, NVQ 3, 2 or more higher or advanced higher national qualifications (Scotland) or equivalent NVQ 4 equivalent and above: e.g. HND, Degree and Higher East Sussex 9 7 35.4 48.6 Degree level qualifications or equivalent Percentages
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