Census 2001 – O2C ARC: Districts, Wards – Industry of Employment (KS11) ( JD112C )

These data were obtained from the 2001 Census, Key Statistics. The table provides information in numbers and percentages on population by industry of employment.

A Person who carried out paid work in the week before the Census, whether self-employed or an employee, is described as employed or in employment. ‘Paid work’ includes casual or temporary work, even if only for one hour; being on a government-sponsored training scheme; being away from a job/business ill, on maternity leave, on holiday or temporarily laid off; or doing paid or unpaid work for their own or family business.

The industry in which a person works is determined by the response to the question asking for a description of the business of the person’s employer (or own business if self-employed).

List of Industries: 1 – Agriculture, Hunting & Forestry 2 – Fishing 3 – Minging & Quarrying 4 – Manufacturing 5 – Electricity, Gas & Water Supply 6 – Construction 7 – Wholesale & Retail trade, Repair of motor vehicles 8 – Hotels & Catering 9 – Transport, Storage and Communication 10 – Financial Intermediation 11 – Real Estate, Renting & Business Activities 12 – Public Administration & Defence 13 – Education 14 – Health & Social Work 15 Other

Citation
Identification Number: JD112C
Authoring Entity: Office of National Statistics (ONS)
Producer: Milton Keynes Council
Copyright: © Crown copyright 2003. Crown copyright material is reproduced with the permission of the Controller of HMSO.
Date of Production: 2004-08-09

[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:economy.global:aged_16_-_74″ title=”Population by industry of employment: aged 16-74″]

[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:economy.global:agri,_hunting_and_forestry” title=”Population by industry of employment: agriculture,¬†hunting and forestry”]

[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:economy.global:fishing” title=”Population by industry of employment: fishing”]

[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:economy.global:mining_and_quarrying” title=”Population by industry of employment: mining and quarrying”]

[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:economy.global:manufacturing” title=”Population by industry of employment: manufacturing”]

[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:economy.global:elec,_gas_and_water” title=”Population by industry of employment: electronic, gas and water”]

[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:economy.global:construction” title=”Population by industry of employment: construction”]

[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:economy.global:wholesale_and_retail” title=”Population by industry of employment: wholesale and retail”]

[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:economy.global:hotels_and_catering” title=”Population by industry of employment: hotels and catering”]

[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:economy.global:finance” title=”Population by industry of employment: finance”]

[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:economy.global:public_admin_and_defence” title=”Population by industry of employment: public admin and defence”]

[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:economy.global:education” title=”Population by industry of employment: education”]

[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:economy.global:health_and_social_work” title=”Population by industry of employment: health and social work”]

[mkichart type=”ward” dim=”global:economy.global:other” title=”Population by industry of employment: other”]

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