Dataset population: Workday population aged 16 to 74
England and Wales (Workday Population)
Workday population is where the usually resident population is re-distributed to their places of work, while those not in work are recorded at their usual residence.
The workday population of an area is defined as all usual residents aged 16 and above who are in employment and whose workplace is in the area, and all other usual residents of any age who are not in employment but are resident in the area. People who work mainly at or from home or do not have a fixed place of work are included in their area of their usual residence. The following population groups are excluded from the workday population of an area:
- Those living in England and Wales but working in Scotland, Northern Ireland, outside the UK or on offshore installations,
- Those with a place of work in England and Wales but who are not usually resident in England and Wales, and
- Short-term residents
England and Wales (Workplace Population)
Workplace population is where the usually resident population is re-distributed to their main place of work, but those not working are excluded.
The number of hours that a person aged 16 and over, in employment in the week before the census, worked in their main job. This includes paid and unpaid overtime.
Full-time working is defined as working 31 hours or more per week, and Part-time working is defined as working 30 hours or less per week.
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England and Wales
UK Open Government Licence (OGL)
Country level down to Middle Super Output Areas
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