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Brighton & Hove local economy


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Brighton & Hove local economy

  1. 1. Brighton and HoveLabour Market ProfileBrighton and Hove South East Great Britain258,800 8,523,100 60,462,600Population in Yr 2010Source: unless otherwise stated, the data is basedon the NOMIS profile for Brighton & Hove
  2. 2. This presentation looks atEarnings by residence Brighton vs South East vsGreat Britain (Year 2011)Employment by occupationEmployee jobs (Year 2008)Employment and Unemployment Jul 2010 to June2011 (% for ages 16 to 64)Qualifications
  3. 3. Earnings by residence (2011)£548.80£607.40£541.70£486.50 £474.30 £446.30Brighton and Hove South East Great BritainGross weekly payMale full-timeworkersFemale full-timeworkersMedian earnings in pounds for employees living in the area.£9.33 per hour – thehourly wage required by alone parent with one childto achieve the MinimumIncome Standard£6.08 per hour:National MinimumWage for workers over21 years of age£7.63 per hour: the amountneeded by a single adultworking full time in order tomeet the Minimum incomestandardFemale full time workersearn significantly lessacross all regionsHowever thegap is less inBrighton andHove
  4. 4. Employment by occupation13.3 14.2 17.516 16.617.316.921.62253.8 47.5 43.2Brighton andHoveSouth East Great BritainPercentagesManagers, directors,professionalAdministrative,secretarial, skilledtradesCaring, leisure, sales,customer services,other servicesMachine operators,elementary occupationsBrighton has a significantly higher proportion of managersand professionals compared to the rest of the UK
  5. 5. Employee jobs (Yr 2008)3% 3%24%5%27%31%7%Brighton and HoveManufacturingConstructionDistribution, hotels &restaurantsTransport &communicationsFinance, IT, otherbusiness activitiesPublic admin,education & healthOther services8%5%25%6%24%26%6%South East10%5%24%6%22%28%5%Great BritainNotesThe information comes from the Annual Business Inquiry(ABI) - an employer survey conducted in December of eachyear. The survey samples around 78,000 businesses. The ABIrecords a job at the location of an employees workplace(rather than at the location of the businesss main office).Public administration, educationand health provided the largestnumber of employee jobs forBrighton
  6. 6. Employee jobs – full time and part-time (Yr 2008)64.6 69 68.835.4 31 31.2Brighton andHoveSouth East Great BritainPercentagesFull-time Part-timeThe Annual BusinessInquiry defines part-time employees asthose working for 30 orfewer hours per week.
  7. 7. Employment and Unemployment Jul 2010 toJune 2011 (% for ages 16 to 64)58.1 63.9 60.711.510. andHoveSouth East Great BritainPercentages%Unemployed (model-based)Self employedEmployeesModel-based unemployed estimatesare used to overcome the unreliability ofvery small samples used as part of theAnnual Population Survey for unitaryauthorities and local authority districts.Unemployment estimates for countiesare direct survey estimates.Economicallyactive75% 79.5% 76.2%Economically active: expressed asa percentage of people aged 16 to64. They include the employedand unemployed. The unemployedrefers to people without a job whowere available to start work in thetwo weeks following theirinterview and who had eitherlooked for work in the four weeksprior to interview or were waitingto start a job they had alreadyobtained.
  8. 8. Qualifications – percentages are for those aged 16 to 646.38.511.345.957.657.447.833.931.3No qualifications Below NVQ4 Above NVQ4Great BritainSouth EastBrighton and HoveNVQ 4 equivalent andabove: includes HND,Degree and HigherDegree levelqualifications orequivalentNo qualifications: noqualifications heldBrighton has a significantly higher proportion ofpeople with NVQ 4 qualifications and above
  9. 9. Slideshow by Gavin Barker SOURCESClick to access sourceNOMIS website