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The growth of claimant unemployment by broad occupation and area

The growth of claimant unemployment by broad occupation and area

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Unemployment in ‘elementary occupations’The table below shows the change in the proportion of resident working age population who areclaimants whose usual occupation falls in the ‘elementary’ category (this includes cleaners,labourers, catering assistants and porters, for example). In April 2009 there were 404,100 JSAclaimants whose usual occupation was in the ‘elementary’ category. This had increased by 148,800or 58.3% over the previous year. This was the largest increase in absolute terms, but the smallestincrease in percentage terms, of the four groups considered here.Table 2: Changes in claimants in 'elementary' occupations, April 2008- 2009Biggest changes % point change Smallest changes % point changeCorby 1.23 Elmbridge 0.17Swindon 1.19 Runnymede 0.17Cannock Chase 1.13 Eden 0.16Kingston upon Hull 1.03 Chiltern 0.16Tamworth 0.94 West Somerset 0.16Wellingborough 0.90 Test Valley 0.16Stoke-on-Trent 0.88 Ribble Valley 0.16North Lincolnshire 0.86 Ceredigion 0.16Sunderland 0.86 Waverley 0.15Redditch 0.84 Barnet 0.14East Staffordshire 0.84 Wokingham 0.14Sandwell 0.84 Hart 0.13Walsall 0.82 Winchester 0.13Rhondda, Cynon, Taff 0.81 Brent 0.12Wakefield 0.79 Merton 0.12Doncaster 0.79 Camden 0.12Erewash 0.77 Kensington/Chelsea 0.11Bolsover 0.77 Richmond upon Thames 0.11Barnsley 0.76 Westminster 0.08Blaenau Gwent 0.76 Wandsworth 0.07Based on statistics supplied by NOMIS. Crown Copyright.The list of authorities recording the biggest change is similar to that for total unemployment. This ispartly because people in ‘elementary’ occupations accounted for more of the rise in unemploymentrate than any other occupational group (0.44 percentage points out of 1.92). In fact 15 of the 20authorities with the largest rises in ‘elementary’ occupation unemployment are on the list of thosewith the largest rises in total unemployment. Three of the additions are in the north Midlands (EastStaffordshire, Bolsover and Erewash) and two in Yorkshire (Doncaster and Wakefield).Map 2 indicates that other areas that registered large increases in claimant unemployment forthose in elementary occupations included Pembrokeshire, Thanet, Torbay, Durham, Darlington, andseveral areas within the North Midlands and in the Manchester conurbation.The list of 20 areas with the smallest increase is dominated by the south in a way that the list forsmallest increase in overall unemployment was not. Eight are London boroughs, including theseven with the smallest increase. Eight more are in the South East region. The other four(Ceredigion, Eden, Ribble Valley and West Somerset) all recorded low increase in overall5

unemployment, and each is largely rural. Most of these 20 areas had low levels of unemployedpeople in ‘elementary’ occupations in April 2008, as well as witnessing little change.Map 2 confirms that many London boroughs recorded small increases in unemployment in‘elementary’ occupations. So did several districts in Surrey and West Sussex (excluding Crawley),and parts of Essex, Cambridgeshire and Buckinghamshire. Away from the south east, low valueswere recorded across Cumbria, North Yorkshire and Dorset.Map 2: Changes in claimant count unemployment, April 2008-2009 - ElementaryOccupations6

The growth of claimant unemployment by broad occupation and area
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