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Employment deprivation in Wales

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What does the data from the 2016-17 financial year tell us?

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Employment deprivation in Wales

  1. 1. Employment Deprivation in Wales What does the data from the 2016-17 financial year tell us?
  2. 2. There are 1,909 small areas in Wales with a population of around 1,600. In 35of these areas, 25% or more of the working-age population are in employment deprivation.
  3. 3. This means they are involuntary excluded from work. This includes those who cannot work due to ill-health and those who are unemployed, but actively seeking work. It is based on those claiming employment related benefits like Jobseeker’s Allowance, Employment Support Allowance or Universal Credit.
  4. 4. Where are these areas? 6 are in Rhondda Cynon Taf 5 are in Swansea 5 are in Neath Port Talbot 4 are in Denbighshire 3 are in Caerphilly 3 are in Conwy 2 are in Bridgend 2 are in Newport 2 are in Cardiff 1 is in Powys 1 is in Carmarthenshire 1 is in Blaenau Gwent
  5. 5. What’s the highest rate? 45% of the working-age population are in employment deprivation in Rhyl West 2, Denbighshire, North Wales This area has consistently had the highest rate in recent years. The next highest rate is 37% in Glyn (Conwy) 2, Conwy, North Wales
  6. 6. Which age groups have the highest rates in these areas? Average employment deprivation rates for each age group for the 35 small areas with an overall rate of employment deprivation of 25% or higher, 2016-17 Older age groups are more likely to be employment deprived in these areas However, in Rhyl West 2, 74% of the 35 to 39 age group were employment deprived and in Glyn (Conwy) 2, 42% of the 19 to 24 age group were. 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 16 to 18 19 to 24 25 to 29 30 to 34 35 to 39 40 to 44 45 to 49 50 to 54 55 to 59 60 to 64 % Age group
  7. 7. What type of employment related benefit is most common in these areas? In these areas the majority of the claimants are claiming a benefit related to ill-health, such as Employment Support Allowance. However, this is not specific to the small areas with high employment deprivation - it is true for the vast majority of small areas throughout Wales. Note: This has been calculated by subtracting figures on the number of claimants of benefits related to searching for work (published on Nomis) from the number of people in employment deprivation as a whole (supplied by the Department for Work and Pensions)
  8. 8. Even in these 35 small areas the majority of people (55% to 75%) are not in employment deprivation. But not all working-age people in these areas are employment deprived
  9. 9. Even in these 35 small areas the majority of people (55% to 75%) are not in employment deprivation. But not all working-age people in these areas are employment deprived Also, there are some employment deprived people in all areas These areas contain around 5% of all employment deprived people in Wales, meaning 95% of them live elsewhere. In fact, over a quarter of those in employment deprivation live in the least deprived half of the small areas in Wales.
  10. 10. A list of the areas Lower-layer Super Output Area Local Authority Employment Deprivation Rate Rhyl West 2 Denbighshire 45 Glyn (Conwy) 2 Conwy 37 St. James 3 Caerphilly 35 Castle 2 North Swansea 34 Rhyl West 1 Denbighshire 33 Abergele Pensarn 2 Conwy 32 Tyisha 2 Carmarthenshire 30 Twyn Carno 1 Caerphilly 30 Neath North 2 Neath Port Talbot 30 Caerau (Bridgend) 1 Bridgend 30 Castle 1 Swansea 30 Tredegar Central and West 2 Blaenau Gwent 29 Pillgwenlly 4 Newport 29 Tylorstown 1 Rhondda Cynon Taf 28 Penderry 3 Swansea 28 Townhill 2 Swansea 28 Cymmer (Neath Port Talbot) 2 Neath Port Talbot 27 Bargoed 4 Caerphilly 27 Lower-layer Super Output Area Local Authority Employment Deprivation Rate Maerdy 2 Rhondda Cynon Taf 27 Rhyl East 3 Denbighshire 26 Mynyddbach 1 Swansea 26 Bettws (Newport) 1 Newport 26 Rhiw 3 Conwy 26 Penrhiwceiber 1 Rhondda Cynon Taf 26 Neath East 2 Neath Port Talbot 26 Plasnewydd 7 Cardiff 26 Pentre 3 Rhondda Cynon Taf 26 Briton Ferry West 1 Neath Port Talbot 26 Caerau (Bridgend) 2 Bridgend 25 Aberavon 4 Neath Port Talbot 25 Pen-y-waun 2 Rhondda Cynon Taf 25 Rhyl West 3 Denbighshire 25 Splott 6 Cardiff 25 Rhydfelen Central / Llan 2 Rhondda Cynon Taf 25 Ystradgynlais 1 Powys 25
  11. 11. Would you like more information? The information contained here comes from the annual update to a selection of indicators that feed into the Welsh Index of Multiple Deprivation (WIMD). You can find more information about employment deprivation and all the other indicators included in WIMD by visiting our webpages: The WIMD webpage The WIMD indicator webpage WIMD on StatsWales Or you can email our team: stats.inclusion@gov.wales

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