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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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Table 29: 95% Confidence Limits, Work Pattern and Self Employment Rates, 2005

Geography
(Residence Based)

CL for
Full-time
Proportion

CL for
Self
Emp.
Proportion

Scotland

± 0.5%

± 0.4%

Local Authority Area

Aberdeen City

± 3.0%

± 1.8%

Aberdeenshire

± 3.0%

± 2.3%

Angus

± 2.8%

± 2.1%

Argyll & Bute

± 2.9%

± 2.5%

Clackmannanshire

± 4.8%

± 3.0%

Dumfries & Galloway

± 2.9%

± 2.3%

Dundee City

± 2.9%

± 1.7%

East Ayrshire

± 2.9%

± 1.8%

East Dunbartonshire

± 2.7%

± 1.9%

East Lothian

± 3.0%

± 2.2%

East Renfrewshire

± 3.1%

± 2.3%

Edinburgh, City of

± 3.0%

± 2.1%

Eilean Siar

± 6.4%

± 4.3%

Falkirk

± 2.8%

± 1.8%

Fife

± 2.9%

± 1.9%

Glasgow City

± 3.0%

± 1.9%

Highland

± 3.2%

± 2.5%

Inverclyde

± 3.0%

± 1.8%

Midlothian

± 3.3%

± 2.3%

Moray

± 2.7%

± 2.1%

North Ayrshire

± 2.7%

± 1.8%

North Lanarkshire

± 2.7%

± 1.6%

Orkney Islands

± 6.3%

± 5.4%

Perth & Kinross

± 2.9%

± 2.1%

Renfrewshire

± 2.7%

± 1.6%

Scottish Borders

± 2.9%

± 2.3%

Shetland Islands

± 5.6%

± 4.3%

South Ayrshire

± 2.8%

± 2.0%

South Lanarkshire

± 2.8%

± 2.0%

Stirling

± 3.3%

± 2.5%

West Dunbartonshire

± 2.7%

± 1.5%

West Lothian

± 2.9%

± 1.7%

Deprivation

15% Most Deprived Area

± 1.9%

± 0.9%

Rest of Scotland

± 0.6%

± 0.4%

Urban/Rural Classification (6 fold)

Large Urban Areas

± 1.0%

± 0.7%

Other Urban Areas

± 0.9%

± 0.6%

Accessible Small Towns

± 1.5%

± 1.0%

Remote Small Towns

± 2.9%

± 2.1%

Accessible Rural

± 1.3%

± 1.1%

Remote Rural

± 2.1%

± 1.8%

Note: The confidence limits in the table use a design factor of 1, which may not be likely in some cases but given the lack of further information it was agreed that an average design factor of 1 was reasonable.Information on estimating confidence intervals can be found in the LFS manuals at: http://www.statistics.gov.uk/StatBase/Product.asp?vlnk=1537&Pos=&ColRank=2&Rank=544