Publication - Statistics

Scottish Economic Statistics 2008

Published: 10 Dec 2008
Part of:
Statistics
ISBN:
9780755958559

This is the ninth edition of the annual publication Scottish Economic Statistics, which is produced by statisticians in the Scottish Government.

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Scottish Economic Statistics 2008
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Table 4.6: Persons in employment by status, Scotland, 2001-2008

Thousands

Gender & type of employment

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

All

All in employment

2,354

2,349

2,405

2,433

2,442

2,450

2,551

2,540

Employees

2,095

2,095

2,144

2,171

2,200

2,185

2,274

2,237

Self-employed

234

231

244

249

229

247

256

284

Unpaid Family Workers and

..

..

..

..

..

..

11

10

Government Supported Trainees

16

16

..

..

..

12

..

..

Full-time workers

1,769

1,754

1,776

1,814

1,836

1,825

1,931

1,909

Part-time workers

583

593

629

617

605

623

620

628

Male

All in employment

1,234

1,228

1,268

1,268

1,291

1,272

1,340

1,330

Employees

1,043

1,044

1,079

1,076

1,118

1,089

1,143

1,127

Self-employed

178

170

179

185

166

173

185

197

Unpaid Family Workers and

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

Government Supported Trainees

..

10

..

..

..

..

..

..

Full-time workers

1,133

1,113

1,133

1,133

1,160

1,149

1,194

1,190

Part-time workers

101

114

134

134

132

122

145

140

Female

All in employment

1,120

1,121

1,137

1,165

1,150

1,178

1,211

1,209

Employees

1,051

1,051

1,065

1,095

1,082

1,096

1,131

1,110

Self-employed

57

62

65

65

63

73

71

87

Unpaid Family Workers and

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

Government Supported Trainees

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

Full-time workers

636

641

643

681

676

676

736

719

Part-time workers

483

479

494

483

474

501

475

488

Source: Labour Force Survey, Office for National Statistics
Calendar Quarter 2 (April-June), Not Seasonally Adjusted
.. Data supressed as estimate below reliability threshold of 10,000.
Figures may not sum due to rounding.