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Annual Population Survey in Scotland 2005

DescriptionThis summary publication presents analysis on the labour market, education and training. Results are presented here at Scotland and sub-Scotland levels.
ISBN0 7559 6148 X
Official Print Publication DateJune 2006
Website Publication DateJune 29, 2006

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

Chapter 3 - Education and Skills
Qualifications
Table 19: Proportion of working age adults whose highest qualification is below SCQF level 5
Table 20: Proportion of 18-29 year olds whose highest qualification is below SCQF level 6
Table 21: 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 22: Proportion and level of people aged 16 to 69 who participated in adult learning in the last year
Job-related training
Table 23: Proportion of working age people in employment receiving job-related training in the last 3 months

Chapter 4 - Main Indicators Time Series
Table 24: Working age Employment rates
Table 25: ILO Unemployment rates
Table 26: 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 27: Local Authority Area Reliability Thresholds
Table 28: Confidence Limits: Employment Rates
Table 29: Confidence Limits: Work Pattern and Self Employment Rates
Table 30: Confidence Limits: Unemployment/Economic Inactivity Rates
Table 31: Confidence Limits: 16-19 NEET/Children Living in Workless Households /Working Age EET
Table 32: 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 33: Scottish Credit and Qualifications Framework
Table 34: Qualification Levels
Adult Learning
Job-related training

Annex D - Geography Classifications
Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation 2004
Urban Rural Classification 2003-2004