Annual Population Survey in Scotland 2007: A Compendium of Labour Market Statistics

DescriptionSummary publication of results from the Annual Population Survey 2007, presenting analysis on the labour market, education and training. Results are provided at Scotland and sub-Scotland levels.
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Website Publication DateJune 26, 2008

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Contents

Executive Summary

Chapter 1 - Introduction
Contacts

Chapter 2 - Labour Market
Employment
All persons
Table 1: Working age employment rates and levels
Table 2: Difference between employment rates in the best and worst performing regions.
Figure 1: Working age employment rates by local authority area
By gender
Table 3: Employment rates and levels for males of working age
Ethnicity
Table 4: Employment rates and levels for females of working age
Disabled persons
Table 5: Working age employment rates and levels for disabled persons
Lone parents
Table 6: Working age employment rates and levels for lone parents
People aged 50 and over
Table 7: Working age employment rates and levels for people aged over 50
By work pattern
Table 8: Full-time/part-time split of those of working age in employment
By employment type
Table 9: Employee/Self Employed split of those in employment
By industry
Table 10: Number of people in employment by broad industrial group
By occupation
Table 11: Number of people in employment by occupational group
Table 12: Number of people in employment by broad industrial group by detailed geography
Table 13: Number of people in employment by occupational group by detailed geography
Table 14: Working age rates and levels of those with a second job
Unemployment
Table 15: Unemployment rates and levels for people aged 16 and over
Economic inactivity
All persons
Table 16: Working age economic inactivity rates and levels
Figure 2: Working age economic inactivity rates by local authority area
Table 17: Working age economically inactive people by willingness to work
By gender
Table 18: Economic inactivity rates and levels for males of working age
Table 19: Economic inactivity rates and levels for females of working age
16 to 19 year olds Not in Employment, Education or Training ( NEET)
Table 20: Proportion and level of 16 to 19 year olds NEET
Children living in Workless Households
Table 21: Proportion and level of children living in workless households
Working age people in employment, education or training ( EET)
Table 22: Proportion and level of working age population ( EET)

Chapter 3 - Education and Skills
Qualifications
Table 23: Proportion of working age adults with SCQF level 4 qualifications or below
Table 24: Proportion of 18-29 year olds whose highest qualification is below SCQF level 6
Table 25: Proportion of those aged 25-59/64 in employment who are graduates
Figure 3: Proportion of those aged 25-59/64 in employment who are graduates by local authority area
Adult learning
Table 26: Proportion and level of people aged 16 to 69 who participated in adult learning in the last year
Job-related training
Table 27: Proportion of working age people in employment receiving job-related training in the last 3 months

Chapter 4 - Main Indicators Time Series
Table 28: Working age Employment rates
Table 29: ILO Unemployment rates
Table 30: Working age Economic Inactivity rates

Annex A - Survey Methodology and Reliability of Results
Move to Annual Population Survey
Annual LFS Local Area Database
Reliability
Table 31: Local Authority Area Reliability Thresholds
Reweighting
Table 32: Confidence Limits: Employment Rates
Table 33: Confidence Limits: Work Pattern and Self Employment Rates
Table 34: Confidence Limits: Unemployment/Economic Inactivity Rates
Table 35: Confidence Limits: 16-19 NEET/Children Living in Workless Households/Working Age EET
Table 36: Confidence Limits: Qualifications and Training Rates

Annex B - Future Developments
Modelled Unemployment Rates for Local Areas
Annual Population Survey Household
Face to Face Interviews in the Highlands and Islands

Annex C - Definitions
Labour Market
Inactivity.
Qualifications
Table 37: Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework
Table 38: Qualification Levels
Adult Learning
Job-related training

Annex D - Geography Classifications

Scottish Government Statistician Group