Dataset population: All usual residents aged 16 and over in employment the week before the census
Location of usual residence
The location where an individual usually resides.
Place of work
The location in which an individual works.
Method of travel to work
The method of travel used for the longest part, by distance, of the usual journey to work. This topic is only applicable to people who were in employment in the week before the census.
This table prioritises workplace address information over method of travel to identify home-workers, to allow a direct comparison with data from the 2001 Census.
Geographies of origin areas:
Geographies of destination areas:
The following codes are used for areas of workplace that are not an LAD geographic code:
OD0000001 = Mainly work at or from home
OD0000002 = Offshore installation
OD0000003 = No fixed place
OD0000004 = Outside UK
In Northern Ireland, people who did not provide a workplace address because they were away from work ill, on maternity leave, on holiday, or temporarily laid off have been allocated to 'no fixed place' of work with method of travel to work 'other'.
In Northern Ireland, the classification 'passenger in a car or van' includes both 'people who stated they travel to work as a passenger in a car or van' and 'people who stated that they travel to work in a car or van pool sharing driving'.
Data and Resources
- More information on WICIDphp
- Outlines for UK, Workplace and Student Migration Tablesexcel
Extra information and table outlines
- Origin-Destination Table Informationexcel
Extra information and country codes
- Census Customer Services Contact Detailsdocx
Phone, email, address
- Terms and Conditionsdocx
T&Cs and Statistical Disclosure Control
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