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Oxfordshire Economic Growth
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Oxfordshire Economic Growth
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Oxfordshire Economic Growth
Oxfordshire Economic Growth
Oxfordshire Economic Growth
Oxfordshire Economic Growth
Oxfordshire Economic Growth
Oxfordshire Economic Growth
Oxfordshire Economic Growth
Oxfordshire Economic Growth
Oxfordshire Economic Growth
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Oxfordshire Economic Growth
Oxfordshire Economic Growth
Oxfordshire Economic Growth
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Oxfordshire Economic Growth

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Presentation by David Doughty, Chief Executive, Oxfordshire Economic Partnership at the Amey Growth in the Region Workshop on Thursday 5 November 2009

Presentation by David Doughty, Chief Executive, Oxfordshire Economic Partnership at the Amey Growth in the Region Workshop on Thursday 5 November 2009

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  • 1. Economic Growth in Oxfordshire David Doughty Chief Executive Oxfordshire Economic Partnership
  • 2. South East England Development Agency (SEEDA)
  • 3. Oxfordshire
  • 4. Oxfordshire – a decade of growth GVA measures the contribution to the economy of each individual producer, industry or sector in the United Kingdom
  • 5. MKOB GVA growth
  • 6. MKOB Growth in the number of businesses
  • 7. Oxfordshire Population Growth Source: ONS mid-year population estimates
  • 8. MKOB Population Growth
  • 9. MKOB Working Age Population Source: ONS mid-year population estimates Notes: % is a proportion of total population Working age includes males aged 16-64 and females aged 16-59
  • 10. Economically Active
  • 11. Oxfordshire Unemployment
  • 12. MKOB Unemployment %
  • 13. Oxfordshire – Job Vacancies
  • 14. MKOB – Job Vacancies
  • 15. MKOB – Job Density The density figures represent the ratio of total jobs to working-age population.
  • 16. MKOB – Employee Jobs Source: ONS annual business inquiry employee analysis Notes: Employee jobs excludes self-employed, government-supported trainees and HM Forces
  • 17. Oxfordshire Employee Jobs Source: ONS annual business inquiry employee analysis Data Tourism consists of industries that are also part of the services industry Notes: Employee jobs excludes self-employed, government-supported trainees and HM Forces
  • 18. MKOB - Manufacturing Source: ONS annual business inquiry employee analysis Notes: % is a proportion of total employee jobs. Employee jobs excludes self-employed, government-supported trainees and HM Forces
  • 19. MKOB - Construction Source: ONS annual business inquiry employee analysis Notes: % is a proportion of total employee jobs. Employee jobs excludes self-employed, government-supported trainees and HM Forces
  • 20. MKOB - Tourism Source: ONS annual business inquiry employee analysis Notes: % is a proportion of total employee jobs. Employee jobs excludes self-employed, government-supported trainees and HM Forces
  • 21. MKOB - Service Source: ONS annual business inquiry employee analysis Notes: % is a proportion of total employee jobs. Employee jobs excludes self-employed, government-supported trainees and HM Forces
  • 22. MKOB - Pay Source: ONS annual survey of hours and earnings - resident analysis Note: Median earnings in pounds for employees living in the area.
  • 23. Oxfordshire - Qualifications Source: ONS annual population survey Notes: Numbers are for those of working age
  • 24. MKOB – NVQ4 and above Source: ONS annual population survey Notes: % is a proportion of resident working age population of area
  • 25. MKOB – NVQ3 and above Source: ONS annual population survey Notes: % is a proportion of resident working age population of area
  • 26. MKOB – NVQ2 and above Source: ONS annual population survey Notes: % is a proportion of resident working age population of area
  • 27. MKOB – NVQ1 and above Source: ONS annual population survey Notes: % is a proportion of resident working age population of area
  • 28. MKOB – No Qualifications Source: ONS annual population survey Notes: % is a proportion of resident working age population of area

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