Area reports

These reports and profiles are produced using the most recent data available.

Local Area Report
Information about your local area (including Parish, County, District and smaller areas).
Includes personal characterists of people who usually live in an area, characteristics of the households we live in and work-related topics.
Local Authority Profile (district/county areas)
Data for medium sized areas (e.g. Durham and Derbyshire).
Includes Resident population, Employment and unemployment, Economic inactivity, Employment by occupation, Qualifications, Earnings by residence, Out-of-work benefits, Jobs (total jobs / employee jobs), Jobcentre plus vacancies and VAT registered businesses.
Local Enterprise Partnerships Profile
Local Enterprise Partnerships are voluntary partnerships between local authorities and businesses.
Includes Resident population, Employment and unemployment, Economic inactivity, Employment by occupation, Qualifications, Out-of-work benefits, Jobs (total jobs / employee jobs), Jobcentre plus vacancies and VAT registered businesses.
Combined Authority Profile
Data for combined authorites
Includes Resident population, Employment and unemployment, Economic inactivity, Employment by occupation, Qualifications, Earnings by residence, Out-of-work benefits, Jobs (total jobs / employee jobs), Jobcentre plus vacancies and VAT registered businesses.
Regional and National Profile
Data for large areas (e.g. North East, South West or England).
Includes Resident population, Headline indicators, Employment by occupation - unadjusted, Qualifications, Earnings by residence, Out-of-work benefits, Workforce jobs and Jobcentre plus vacancies.
2010 Parliamentary Constituencies Profile
Includes data on Population aged 16 to 64, Employment and unemployment, Economically inactive, Employment by occupation, Qualifications, Earnings by residence, Working-age benefits, Jobs (total jobs / employee jobs) and Jobcentre plus vacancies.
2011 Ward Profile
Data for smaller areas.
Includes Resident population, Labour Supply and Out-of-work benefits.

Topic reports

These are standard predefined reports, giving popular tabulations of data extracted from live datasets. The reports update automatically when new data is released.

Employment by occupation (SOC2010) by sex
Standard format report using Annual Population Survey data.
This report gives occupation data at the 4 digit level of the Standard Occupational Classification 2010, broken down by sex, available for the regions and countries of the UK. The report is available for individual time periods.
Occupation (SOC2010) by sex, employment status and full/part-time
Standard format report using Annual Population Survey data.
This report gives occupation data at the 4 digit level of the Standard Occupational Classification 2010, broken down by sex, full time/part time and employee/self employed splits, available for the regions and countries of the UK. The report is available for individual time periods.
Temporary and permanent employees by sex and broad occupation (SOC2010)
Standard format report using Annual Population Survey data.
This report gives occupation data at the 1 digit level of the Standard Occupational Classification 2010, broken down by sex and temporary/permanent splits, available for the regions and countries of the UK. The report is presented as a timeseries.
Employment by broad occupation (SOC2010) for part-time workers
Standard format report using Annual Population Survey data.
This report gives occupation data at the 1 digit level of the Standard Occupational Classification 2010 for part-time workers, available for the regions and countries of the UK. The report is presented as a timeseries.
Broad occupation (SOC2010) by sex, employment status and full/part-time time-series
Standard format report using Annual Population Survey data.
This report gives occupation data at the 1 digit level of the Standard Occupational Classification 2010, broken down by sex, employee/self employed and full time/part time splits, available for the regions and countries of the UK. The report is presented as a timeseries.