Census Data

Output Area at TQ291937: Economic activity status

Location Type: Output Areas, ONS Geographic Code: E00000576

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Key Facts

All Residents 363
Male 175
Female 188
Households 119
Population Density (people/km2) 3,249.8
Postcodes Covered

N14 7LH
N14 7LL
N14 7NH
N14 7NJ
N14 7NR
N14 7PL

Table Codets066
Issued2022-12-08
Unit of MeasurePerson
Number of Response Options20

This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents aged 16 years and over in England and Wales by economic activity status. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.

Summary

People aged 16 years and over are economically active if, between 15 March and 21 March 2021, they were:

* in employment (an employee or self-employed)
* unemployed, but looking for work and could start within two weeks
* unemployed, but waiting to start a job that had been offered and accepted

It is a measure of whether or not a person was an active participant in the labour market during this period. Economically inactive are those aged 16 years and over who did not have a job between 15 March to 21 March 2021 and had not looked for work between 22 February to 21 March 2021 or could not start work within two weeks.

The census definition differs from International Labour Organization definition used on the Labour Force Survey, so estimates are not directly comparable.

Quality Statement

As Census 2021 was during a unique period of rapid change, take care when using this data for planning purposes.
Read more in our Labour market quality information for Census 2021 methodology.

Economic activity status: Total: All usual residents aged 16 years and over 287
Economically active (excluding full-time students) 166
Economically active (excluding full-time students): In employment 161
Economically active (excluding full-time students): In employment: Employee 127
Economically active (excluding full-time students): In employment: Employee: Part-time 31
Economically active (excluding full-time students): In employment: Employee: Full-time 96
Economically active (excluding full-time students): In employment: Self-employed with employees 5
Economically active (excluding full-time students): In employment: Self-employed with employees: Part-time 2
Economically active (excluding full-time students): In employment: Self-employed with employees: Full-time 3
Economically active (excluding full-time students): In employment: Self-employed without employees 29
Economically active (excluding full-time students): In employment: Self-employed without employees: Part-time 16
Economically active (excluding full-time students): In employment: Self-employed without employees: Full-time 13
Economically active (excluding full-time students): Unemployed 5
Economically active and a full-time student 2
Economically active and a full-time student: In employment 2
Economically active and a full-time student: In employment: Employee 2
Economically active and a full-time student: In employment: Employee: Part-time 2
Economically active and a full-time student: In employment: Employee: Full-time 0
Economically active and a full-time student: In employment: Self-employed with employees 0
Economically active and a full-time student: In employment: Self-employed with employees: Part-time 0
Economically active and a full-time student: In employment: Self-employed with employees: Full-time 0
Economically active and a full-time student: In employment: Self-employed without employees 0
Economically active and a full-time student: In employment: Self-employed without employees: Part-time 0
Economically active and a full-time student: In employment: Self-employed without employees: Full-time 0
Economically active and a full-time student: Unemployed 0
Economically inactive 119
Economically inactive: Retired 65
Economically inactive: Student 19
Economically inactive: Looking after home or family 21
Economically inactive: Long-term sick or disabled 10
Economically inactive: Other 4

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