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Annual Population Survey in Scotland 2005

Published: 29 Jun 2006
Part of:
Statistics
ISBN:
075596148X

This summary publication presents analysis on the labour market, education and training. Results are presented here at Scotland and sub-Scotland levels.

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Annual Population Survey in Scotland 2005
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By work pattern

The number of working age people employed in Scotland was estimated to be 2.339 million in 2005. Table 7 shows that 76.1% of those employed worked full-time in 2005 (and 2004).

Table 7: Number of people of working age in employment by work pattern, 2004-2005

Geography (Residence Based)

2004

2005

% Full-time

% Full-time

Level
Full-time

Level
Part-time

Scotland

76.1%

76.1%

1,779,000

558,000

Local Authority Area

Aberdeen City

74.4%

73.3%

74,000

27,000

Aberdeenshire

75.1%

75.3%

86,000

28,000

Angus

74.8%

75.6%

37,000

12,000

Argyll & Bute

75.4%

77.5%

31,000

9,000

Clackmannanshire

75.3%

73.5%

15,000

6,000

Dumfries & Galloway

74.1%

73.4%

48,000

17,000

Dundee City

75.5%

75.5%

45,000

15,000

East Ayrshire

77.6%

76.3%

38,000

12,000

East Dunbartonshire

76.1%

75.7%

40,000

13,000

East Lothian

75.4%

72.8%

32,000

12,000

East Renfrewshire

76.2%

74.7%

33,000

11,000

Edinburgh, City of

76.1%

75.9%

172,000

55,000

Eilean Siar

74.3%

68.4%

8,000

4,000

Falkirk

78.1%

78.5%

54,000

15,000

Fife

74.7%

76.5%

128,000

39,000

Glasgow City

79.5%

77.6%

190,000

55,000

Highland

71.8%

74.4%

74,000

25,000

Inverclyde

75.1%

76.9%

27,000

8,000

Midlothian

74.4%

74.4%

30,000

10,000

Moray

73.4%

74.7%

29,000

10,000

North Ayrshire

76.1%

76.8%

45,000

14,000

North Lanarkshire

78.6%

78.0%

111,000

31,000

Orkney Islands

73.4%

72.6%

7,000

3,000

Perth & Kinross

74.7%

76.4%

46,000

14,000

Renfrewshire

77.3%

77.6%

60,000

17,000

Scottish Borders

74.0%

74.1%

37,000

13,000

Shetland Islands

70.7%

74.6%

8,000

3,000

South Ayrshire

72.0%

75.5%

36,000

12,000

South Lanarkshire

79.2%

78.9%

111,000

30,000

Stirling

71.7%

72.4%

30,000

11,000

West Dunbartonshire

75.4%

77.8%

31,000

9,000

West Lothian

78.4%

77.5%

64,000

19,000

Deprivation

15% Most Deprived Areas

76.5%

74.9%

188,000

63,000

Rest of Scotland

76.0%

76.3%

1,591,000

495,000

Urban/Rural Classification (6 fold)

Large Urban Areas

77.4%

76.2%

671,000

210,000

Other Urban Areas

75.9%

77.3%

526,000

154,000

Accessible Small Towns

74.9%

75.6%

188,000

61,000

Remote Small Towns

72.9%

73.7%

49,000

18,000

Accessible Rural

75.8%

75.3%

252,000

82,000

Remote Rural

72.5%

74.0%

93,000

33,000

Note:.3,000 people in employment could not be classified into full-time or part-time.