Census Data

Output Area at TA332027: Occupation

Location Type: Output Areas, ONS Geographic Code: E00132543

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Key Facts

All Residents 240
Male 108
Female 132
Households 95
Population Density (people/km2) 10.5
Postcodes Covered

DN36 5HX
DN36 5HY
DN36 5HZ
DN36 5JN
DN36 5LA
DN36 5LL
DN36 5NR
DN36 5NT
DN36 5NU
DN36 5NX
DN36 5PA
DN36 5PB
DN36 5PD
DN36 5UW
DN36 5XB
DN36 5FS

Table Codets063
Unit of MeasurePerson
Number of Response Options10

This dataset provides Census 2021 estimates that classify usual residents aged 16 years and over in employment the week before the census in England and Wales by occupation. The estimates are as at Census Day, 21 March 2021.


Classifies what people aged 16 years and over do as their main job. Their job title or details of activities they do in their job and any supervisory or management responsibilities form this classification. This information is used to code responses to an occupation using the Standard Occupational Classification (SOC) 2020.

It classifies people who were in employment between 15 March and 21 March 2021, by the SOC code that represents their current occupation.
The lowest level of detail available is the four-digit SOC code which includes all codes in three, two and one digit SOC code levels.

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.

Occupation (current): Total: All usual residents aged 16 years and over in employment the week before the census 119
1. Managers, directors and senior officials 22
2. Professional occupations 23
3. Associate professional and technical occupations 13
4. Administrative and secretarial occupations 15
5. Skilled trades occupations 17
6. Caring, leisure and other service occupations 5
7. Sales and customer service occupations 5
8. Process, plant and machine operatives 5
9. Elementary occupations 14

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