Jobs Density Area Comparison
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local authority
numbers density
Amber Valley 58,000 0.76
Ashfield 58,000 0.74
Bassetlaw 58,000 0.82
Blaby 64,000 1.07
Bolsover 33,000 0.66
Boston 39,000 0.94
Broxtowe 48,000 0.69
Charnwood 74,000 0.63
Chesterfield 57,000 0.87
Corby 38,000 0.86
Daventry 47,000 0.92
Derby 145,000 0.90
Derbyshire Dales 43,000 1.03
East Lindsey 58,000 0.74
East Northamptonshire 34,000 0.60
Erewash 44,000 0.62
Gedling 40,000 0.56
Harborough 48,000 0.86
High Peak 37,000 0.65
Hinckley and Bosworth 50,000 0.73
Kettering 56,000 0.91
Leicester 190,000 0.81
Lincoln 62,000 0.93
Mansfield 45,000 0.67
Melton 25,000 0.82
Newark and Sherwood 58,000 0.80
North East Derbyshire 33,000 0.55
North Kesteven 50,000 0.74
North West Leicestershire 66,000 1.07
Northampton 154,000 1.07
Nottingham 219,000 0.95
Oadby and Wigston 22,000 0.63
Rushcliffe 49,000 0.69
Rutland 21,000 0.91
South Derbyshire 36,000 0.56
South Holland 43,000 0.79
South Kesteven 70,000 0.84
South Northamptonshire 45,000 0.82
Wellingborough 40,000 0.84
West Lindsey 32,000 0.58
Source: ONS jobs density [2017]

Note:   The density figures represent the ratio of total jobs to working-age population

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