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Economy, Work & Education

The following objects (Data Views, Profiles & Resources) are available in this theme. Simply click on one of the links to view that object.

  • Business and Industry
    A profile covering key information relating to local business and industry
  • Deprivation Profile
    A breakdown of the ranks of LSOAs by the top two Deciles and the Quintiles of the Index of Multiple Deprivation and the domains, sub-domains and supplementary indices that make up the Indices of Deprivation. New Indices for 2015 have been published.

    This profile is available for the geographies of County, Districts, Electoral Divisions, MSOAs 2004 and Wards 2016. Use the "Type of Geography" box to select the Geography and the "Areas available" box to select a particular area.
  • Development (Quality of Life Report)
    Development Indicators, Renewable Technologies
  • Economy and Employment (Quality of Life Report)
  • Education (Quality of Life Report)
    Educational Standards & Provision, Early Years, Primary Education (KS2), Secondary Education (KS4), Absence Rates
  • Nomis Labour Market Profiles for areas in Hertfordshire
    The Nomis Labour Market Profiles provide summary data from a range of sources for a single area. This will give you a good overview of the main data sources along with background information in the “definitions and explanations” included at the end of the profile.
  • Unemployment and Benefits Profile
    A profile to summarise the key unemployment and benefits data for Hertfordshire County and Districts. Please note that due to the large amount of data in this profile it may take several minutes to load.
  • Workforce and Pay
    A profile summarising key statistics relating to the local labour market with Hertfordshire and districts
  • Economic Wellbeing Profile
    Employment, unemployment, deprivation and benefits
  • Education and Lifelong Learning Profile
    Pupils achievement at Key Stage 4, Highest Level of Qualification, Students resident in the area and away from home, Apprenticeships
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