Jobs Density Area Comparison
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Cumbria 270,000 0.91
Buckinghamshire Thames Valley 285,000 0.87
Cornwall and Isles of Scilly 288,000 0.87
Tees Valley 293,000 0.70
Worcestershire 310,000 0.88
Gloucestershire 338,000 0.88
The Marches 361,000 0.88
Swindon and Wiltshire 387,000 0.88
Dorset 395,000 0.87
Oxfordshire 433,000 1.01
Humber 447,000 0.79
Greater Lincolnshire 516,000 0.79
Black Country 517,000 0.71
Solent 528,000 0.78
Coventry and Warwickshire 529,000 0.90
Leicester and Leicestershire 534,000 0.80
Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire 541,000 0.78
Cheshire and Warrington 570,000 1.01
Thames Valley Berkshire 580,000 1.01
York, North Yorkshire and East Riding 611,000 0.88
West of England 682,000 0.93
Liverpool City Region 720,000 0.74
Hertfordshire 725,000 0.98
Lancashire 725,000 0.79
New Anglia 816,000 0.83
Sheffield City Region 856,000 0.73
Heart of the South West 893,000 0.87
North East 916,000 0.74
Greater Cambridge and Greater Peterborough 939,000 0.92
Enterprise M3 946,000 0.91
Coast to Capital 1,023,000 0.81
Greater Birmingham and Solihull 1,075,000 0.84
Derby, Derbyshire, Nottingham and Nottinghamshire 1,087,000 0.79
South East Midlands 1,099,000 0.87
Greater Manchester 1,479,000 0.83
Leeds City Region 1,589,000 0.82
South East 1,950,000 0.76
London 6,122,000 1.02
Source: ONS jobs density [2017]

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

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