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City of London 253,000 81.1
Westminster, City of 231,900 38.9
Leeds 122,100 29.2
Glasgow City 113,900 27.5
Tower Hamlets 112,900 55.3
Birmingham 111,500 23.0
Camden 109,800 39.8
Edinburgh, City of 96,800 31.8
Manchester 96,300 31.4
Islington 81,100 43.2
Bristol 76,500 33.0
Southwark 74,200 43.1
Cardiff 48,700 25.5
Sheffield 48,600 19.6
Liverpool 48,200 21.2
Nottingham 47,400 26.1
Aberdeen City 44,500 25.2
Milton Keynes 43,000 30.1
Newcastle-upon-Tyne 41,100 23.4
Hammersmith and Fulham 39,200 33.3
Croydon 37,300 28.6
Trafford 37,200 30.4
Hillingdon 35,500 18.8
Lambeth 35,300 27.9
Northampton 35,200 28.1
Salford 35,000 29.8
South Gloucestershire 34,800 25.3
Hounslow 33,900 27.9
Reading 33,400 34.3
Brighton and Hove 31,900 26.8
Coventry 31,900 22.5
Warrington 31,300 27.1
Leicester City 31,200 19.9
Bradford 30,100 15.6
Bromley 28,700 26.7
Stockport 28,500 22.4
Southampton 28,400 25.9
Swindon 28,100 25.4
Peterborough 27,400 27.6
Barnet 27,000 24.4
Hackney 26,900 32.8
Norwich 26,900 29.6
Ealing 26,900 23.9
Kensington and Chelsea 26,800 24.3
Wandsworth 25,900 24.0
Solihull 25,000 26.1
Wokingham 25,000 36.2
Macclesfield 24,400 31.2
St Albans 24,200 35.8
Richmond-upon-Thames 23,800 32.8
Windsor and Maidenhead 23,500 31.4
Wakefield 23,300 16.8
Bracknell Forest 23,200 36.9
Kingston-upon-Thames 23,000 30.3
Derby City 22,700 19.1
Cambridge 22,400 25.5
Basingstoke and Deane 22,400 26.7
Sunderland 22,000 18.5
Dudley 22,000 18.7
Wycombe 21,700 28.5
Sutton 21,700 31.5
Chester 21,500 30.8
West Berkshire 21,500 25.5
Warwick 21,000 27.4
Bournemouth 20,800 27.3
Calderdale 20,700 25.1
Oxford 20,500 19.0
Kirklees 20,400 13.6
Swansea 20,300 19.6
South Lanarkshire 20,300 16.6
Slough 20,000 26.5
Reigate and Banstead 19,600 31.7
Bolton 19,400 18.1
North Lanarkshire 19,300 15.4
Luton 18,900 22.2
Wolverhampton 18,600 17.9
Portsmouth 18,500 18.5
York 18,400 18.2
Guildford 18,300 25.5
Ipswich 18,100 26.3
Fife 17,700 13.6
Enfield 17,700 19.1
Telford and Wrekin 17,700 21.7
South Cambridgeshire 17,500 27.1
Rotherham 17,500 17.6
Walsall 17,400 17.5
Preston 17,400 19.0
Woking 17,200 37.6
Exeter 17,200 20.3
Runnymede 17,100 34.9
Harrow 17,000 25.5
Crawley 17,000 21.7
Chelmsford 16,700 21.2
Dacorum 16,600 27.4
South Oxfordshire 16,500 31.1
Southend-on-Sea 16,500 25.3
Kingston upon Hull 16,500 14.2
Winchester 16,300 24.4
Highland 16,200 14.9
Sandwell 16,200 12.7
East Hertfordshire 16,100 27.8
Watford 16,000 31.1
Mole Valley 16,000 38.0
Renfrewshire 15,900 19.7
Fareham 15,800 29.9
Vale of White Horse 15,800 29.1
Merton 15,600 23.7
Bath and North East Somerset 15,600 19.8
Wirral 15,400 16.0
Rushmoor 15,300 33.3
Stockton on Tees 15,200 19.2
Brent 15,100 16.1
Basildon 15,000 19.4
Aylesbury Vale 14,900 21.4
Wigan 14,800 15.0
Elmbridge 14,800 27.3
Welwyn Hatfield 14,800 21.7
Gateshead 14,700 15.9
Stratford-on-Avon 14,700 25.5
East Hampshire 14,600 31.6
Havering 14,400 20.2
Poole 14,400 20.1
Plymouth 14,400 13.4
North Somerset 14,400 19.2
Waverley 14,100 28.0
Harrogate 14,000 19.5
Greenwich 14,000 20.7
Eastleigh 13,900 23.2
Colchester 13,800 19.2
Sefton 13,600 14.9
Maidstone 13,500 18.7
Medway Towns 13,300 15.8
Doncaster 13,300 11.5
North Tyneside 13,300 19.2
Huntingdonshire 13,200 18.7
Mid Sussex 13,200 24.2
Newport 13,100 18.0
Lewisham 13,100 21.5
Bexley 13,100 20.1
Stoke on Trent 12,900 12.3
East Riding of Yorkshire 12,800 11.4
Bedford 12,700 18.0
Redbridge 12,700 18.4
Salisbury 12,700 24.0
Surrey Heath 12,600 29.7
Cheltenham 12,400 23.2
Aberdeenshire 12,200 13.7
Hertsmere 12,200 27.4
New Forest 12,200 18.0
Cherwell 12,100 18.0
Gloucester 12,000 19.3
Tunbridge Wells 11,700 24.2
Newham 11,700 16.7
Tonbridge and Malling 11,500 20.6
Horsham 11,500 23.2
Waltham Forest 11,500 20.4
Crewe and Nantwich 11,500 19.5
Hart 11,200 31.6
Haringey 11,100 18.0
West Lothian 11,000 14.5
Halton 10,700 20.6
Rochdale 10,700 14.5
South Somerset 10,700 15.7
Blaby 10,700 22.0
Charnwood 10,500 17.2
Sevenoaks 10,500 24.2
Vale Royal 10,500 21.1
Oldham 10,400 13.5
Dundee City 10,400 14.1
Harlow 10,400 24.6
Worcester 10,300 20.5
Stevenage 10,300 24.8
Test Valley 10,200 20.9
Spelthorne 10,100 27.6
North East Lincolnshire 10,000 14.8
Lincoln 10,000 18.6
North Hertfordshire 9,900 21.6
Epping Forest 9,900 23.3
Middlesbrough 9,800 15.7
East Staffordshire 9,800 17.7
Brentwood 9,700 31.1
Worthing 9,600 22.0
Barnsley 9,600 13.8
North Wiltshire 9,500 18.7
Rushcliffe 9,500 23.8
Blackburn with Darwen 9,500 15.1
North West Leicestershire 9,300 18.5
Knowsley 9,200 16.4
Herefordshire, County of 9,100 11.9
Chichester 9,100 17.7
Dartford 9,100 17.5
Three Rivers 9,000 27.1
Perthshire and Kinross 8,800 14.2
South Bedfordshire 8,600 20.7
Bridgend 8,500 15.2
St Helens 8,500 13.8
Chorley 8,500 21.5
Stirling 8,500 18.6
Ashford 8,400 17.0
Tandridge 8,400 23.8
Braintree 8,200 16.8
Epsom and Ewell 8,200 30.2
Taunton Deane 8,200 14.9
South Buckinghamshire 8,200 26.1
Lichfield 8,200 20.5
Flintshire 8,100 12.5
Stafford 8,100 13.4
West Oxfordshire 8,100 20.8
West Wiltshire 8,100 16.3
Chesterfield 8,000 16.6
Daventry 8,000 21.2
Broxbourne 7,900 23.6
North Lincolnshire 7,900 11.3
Rugby 7,800 18.0
Mid Bedfordshire 7,700 17.7
Darlington 7,700 15.3
Fylde 7,600 17.9
Craven 7,500 27.9
Tameside 7,500 11.0
Cotswold 7,500 21.1
Stroud 7,500 16.7
Wealden 7,400 16.4
Bury 7,400 11.9
Chiltern 7,300 23.5
Broxtowe 7,300 19.8
South Tyneside 7,200 17.4
Canterbury 7,100 11.4
Durham 7,100 14.9
Lancaster 7,000 13.1
Carlisle 7,000 13.1
Carrick 6,900 14.4
Havant 6,900 17.5
South Kesteven 6,800 13.0
Thurrock 6,700 11.5
Tewkesbury 6,700 18.6
Bromsgrove 6,700 19.8
St Edmundsbury 6,700 13.2
West Lancashire 6,600 14.3
Harborough 6,500 18.5
South Norfolk 6,500 15.2
Swale 6,500 15.2
Wychavon 6,400 12.7
Falkirk 6,400 10.7
Suffolk Coastal 6,300 13.6
Ashfield 6,300 13.6
Breckland 6,200 15.4
Carmarthenshire 6,100 10.4
Arun 6,100 14.6
Barking and Dagenham 6,000 13.3
South Northamptonshire 6,000 21.2
Hinckley and Bosworth 6,000 15.6
Mendip 6,000 14.8
Wrexham 6,000 11.2
Sedgemoor 6,000 14.8
Babergh 6,000 19.8
Amber Valley 6,000 12.1
Shepway 6,000 16.6
Torbay 6,000 12.5
Broadland 6,000 14.6
Shrewsbury and Atcham 5,900 12.6
King's Lynn and West Norfolk 5,900 11.7
Wellingborough 5,900 18.4
Nuneaton and Bedworth 5,800 15.0
Selby 5,800 18.1
Blackpool 5,800 10.2
Uttlesford 5,800 16.5
Rhondda, Cynon, Taff 5,700 7.9
South Ribble 5,700 12.3
Redditch 5,600 14.9
Easington 5,600 19.6
Newcastle-under-Lyme 5,500 12.4
West Dorset 5,500 12.0
South Lakeland 5,500 11.8
Tamworth 5,500 19.7
Isle of Wight 5,500 10.7
Mansfield 5,500 14.1
Waveney 5,500 13.8
Malvern Hills 5,400 20.5
Dover 5,400 14.8
East Ayrshire 5,400 13.4
Powys 5,400 11.4
Caerphilly 5,400 10.6
Teignbridge 5,200 12.8
Boston 5,200 18.4
East Devon 5,200 12.5
West Dunbartonshire 5,100 14.9
Thanet 5,100 12.7
Fenland 5,000 15.8
Congleton 5,000 17.1
Kettering 5,000 13.5
South Hams 4,900 14.6
South Holland 4,900 14.7
Staffordshire Moorlands 4,900 16.2
Eastbourne 4,900 12.9
Kennet 4,900 17.3
Great Yarmouth 4,900 13.7
Newark and Sherwood 4,800 11.3
Gedling 4,800 14.7
East Dorset 4,800 15.5
North Warwickshire 4,700 12.2
East Lindsey 4,700 10.9
North Kesteven 4,700 14.0
Lewes 4,700 14.5
Mid Suffolk 4,600 14.4
Inverclyde 4,600 15.6
Dumfries and Galloway 4,600 7.8
Cannock Chase 4,600 13.0
Hambleton 4,600 12.3
Wyre Forest 4,600 13.8
Erewash 4,600 12.1
Argyll and Bute 4,400 11.9
Monmouthshire 4,400 12.5
Restormel 4,400 12.0
East Cambridgeshire 4,400 17.9
Torfaen 4,400 12.6
Burnley 4,400 13.4
Ellesmere Port and Neston 4,300 13.8
Bolsover 4,200 16.2
North Devon 4,200 10.5
Rother 4,200 16.6
Neath Port Talbot 4,200 9.6
Gwynedd 4,100 8.6
Vale of Glamorgan 4,100 11.5
Bassetlaw 4,100 9.4
East Dunbartonshire 4,100 16.5
Redcar and Cleveland 4,000 10.2
Gravesham 4,000 14.7
Scottish Borders 4,000 9.2
South Ayrshire 4,000 8.3
East Lothian 4,000 14.2
Hartlepool 4,000 13.2
Tynedale 3,900 17.6
South Staffordshire 3,900 13.2
Derbyshire Dales 3,800 11.2
Angus 3,800 10.2
East Northamptonshire 3,700 13.8
Scarborough 3,700 9.5
Conwy 3,700 9.8
South Derbyshire 3,700 13.1
Melton 3,700 17.9
High Peak 3,700 12.4
Forest Heath 3,700 15.9
Pembrokeshire 3,600 9.2
Copeland 3,600 12.6
North Ayrshire 3,600 9.0
Kerrier 3,600 11.0
Adur 3,600 19.6
Maldon 3,500 18.0
Midlothian 3,500 13.1
Corby 3,500 11.8
Tendring 3,300 9.2
Denbighshire 3,300 8.6
Allerdale 3,300 9.4
Castle Point 3,200 16.5
Wyre 3,200 9.2
Blyth Valley 3,200 13.1
North Norfolk 3,100 10.5
Rochford 3,100 15.8
Hastings 3,100 10.6
Hyndburn 3,100 10.6
Pendle 3,100 10.0
Barrow-in-Furness 3,000 11.0
Penwith 3,000 13.4
Christchurch 2,900 16.0
North East Derbyshire 2,900 11.4
Moray 2,900 8.3
Mid Devon 2,900 11.7
North Cornwall 2,800 8.3
Gosport 2,800 13.5
North Dorset 2,700 11.4
West Lindsey 2,700 10.8
Forest of Dean 2,600 11.6
Weymouth and Portland 2,500 12.9
Richmondshire 2,500 15.5
Rossendale 2,500 11.9
East Renfrewshire 2,400 13.3
Oadby and Wigston 2,400 12.9
Purbeck 2,400 13.9
Sedgefield 2,200 8.1
Ceredigion 2,200 8.8
Eden 2,200 9.3
Caradon 2,200 9.2
Ribble Valley 2,200 8.6
North Shropshire 2,100 10.3
Ryedale 2,100 7.8
Wear Valley 2,100 10.5
Bridgnorth 2,000 12.7
Torridge 2,000 11.4
Merthyr Tydfil 2,000 8.7
Rutland 1,900 13.3
Anglesey 1,900 9.9
Derwentside 1,800 8.0
Clackmannanshire 1,700 12.0
Oswestry 1,700 10.9
West Devon 1,600 10.0
South Shropshire 1,500 11.2
Castle Morpeth 1,500 6.5
Chester-le-Street 1,500 11.8
Blaenau Gwent 1,300 6.8
Wansbeck 1,100 6.8
Eilean Siar 1,000 9.6
Shetland Islands 900 8.0
Alnwick 900 8.8
West Somerset 800 7.3
Berwick-upon-Tweed 700 7.1
Teesdale 600 7.7
Orkney Islands 600 6.0
Isles of Scilly ! !
Source: ONS annual business inquiry employee analysis [2008]

!Estimate is not available since sample size is disclosive (see definitions)
Note: % is a proportion of total employee jobs

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