Work

Work maps


P People have been coming to London for work for as long as records about London have been recorded. The migrant Dick Whittington famously turned again and again back towards London and eventually became mayor. The enumeration of work includes the numbers of people in full time, part time, employed and self-employed work or no work. The latter category can be divided up into those looking for work, those not looking who are in education, retired or otherwise engaged and those otherwise employed but not officially recorded as being employed such as people caring for elderly relatives, children or a disabled adult. The hours that people work, the industries and occupations they are employed in, the amount they are paid to work and the security of that work are all parts of the rapidly changing mosaic of London’s job market.

List of maps

   Employees (place of work) 2011: Borough
   Employees in the public sector 2011: Borough
   Index of Multiple Deprivation: Employment Scale 2007: Grid; Grid Rank; Ward
   Index of Multiple Deprivation: Employment Scale 2010: Grid; Grid Rank; Ward
   Index of Multiple Deprivation: Employment Scale change 2007-2010: Ward
   Index of Multiple Deprivation: Employment Scale decline2007-2010: Grid; Grid Rank
   Index of Multiple Deprivation: Employment Scale increase2007-2010: Grid; Grid Rank
   Jobs by workplace 2011: Borough
   Job Seeker’s Allowance Claimants 2011: Grid; Grid Rank; Ward
   Job Seeker’s Allowance Claimants 2012: Grid; Grid Rank; Ward
   Job Seeker’s Allowance Claimants change 2011-2012: Ward
   Job Seeker’s Allowance Claimants decline 2011-2012: Grid; Grid Rank
   Job Seeker’s Allowance Claimants increase 2011-2012: Grid; Grid Rank
   Second Homes Abroad For Work 2011: Borough
   Self-employed Workers (by workplace) 2011: Borough
   Self-employed Workers (place of residence) 2011: Borough
 



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