Risk of NEET Factors

This data comes from our recent report exploring the extent and degree of overlap between different forms of marginalisation among young people (aged 13 to 25), and how experiencing multiple types of marginalisation may increase the risk of young people not being in employment, education or training (NEET). Each of the data sources in the visualisation below represents a risk factor for a young person becoming NEET.

A standard score is calculated for each data source per local authority. The standard score is 0 for values that are equal to the mean, 1 for values that are one standard deviation above the mean, and 2 for values that are two standard deviations above the mean. Values below the mean have negative standard scores.

Total Score

The map shows the likelihood of young people ending up not in employment, education or training. The values are standardised to show divergence from the average, with lighter colours being higher and darker colours being lower. Higher scores are indicative of a higher chance of a young person being NEET. Hover over the hexes to see the standardised score.

most likely
least likely
Hexmap Adur: -2.84 Allerdale: 2.49 Amber Valley: 1.38 Arun: 2.36 Ashfield: 13.24 Ashford: 2.31 Babergh: -4.12 Barking and Dagenham: 8.12 Barnet: -13.05 Barnsley: 18.48 Barrow-in-Furness: 12.51 Basildon: 5.72 Basingstoke and Deane: -3.98 Bassetlaw: 10.88 Bath and North East Somerset: -14.23 Bedford: -0.49 Bexley: -7.25 Birmingham: 12.50 Blaby: -6.63 Blackburn with Darwen: 13.49 Blackpool: 32.18 Bolsover: 13.17 Bolton: 10.67 Boston: 13.01 Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole: -2.88 Bracknell Forest: -12.50 Bradford: 17.32 Braintree: -1.90 Breckland: 4.76 Brent: -4.05 Brentwood: -12.06 Brighton and Hove: -6.41 Bristol, City of: -0.29 Broadland: -8.30 Bromley: -12.60 Bromsgrove: -8.81 Broxbourne: -1.66 Broxtowe: -4.12 Buckinghamshire: -11.45 Burnley: 20.15 Bury: 4.32 Calderdale: 8.23 Cambridge: -12.75 Camden: -5.38 Cannock Chase: 10.40 Canterbury: -5.90 Carlisle: 6.05 Castle Point: -3.65 Central Bedfordshire: -7.69 Charnwood: -10.10 Chelmsford: -10.93 Cheltenham: -8.97 Cherwell: -6.19 Cheshire East: -7.64 Cheshire West and Chester: -2.03 Chesterfield: 12.11 Chichester: -7.56 Chorley: -0.98 City of London: -27.49 Colchester: -3.99 Copeland: 1.06 Cornwall: 1.66 Cotswold: -14.36 County Durham: 13.71 Coventry: 4.72 Craven: -14.00 Crawley: 5.61 Croydon: -0.89 Dacorum: -6.01 Darlington: 16.40 Dartford: -1.76 Derby: 9.06 Derbyshire Dales: -9.95 Doncaster: 20.98 Dorset: -2.02 Dover: 8.58 Dudley: 11.47 Ealing: -10.75 East Cambridgeshire: -10.63 East Devon: -5.67 East Hampshire: -11.61 East Hertfordshire: -14.43 East Lindsey: 17.13 East Riding of Yorkshire: -7.39 East Staffordshire: 0.17 East Suffolk: 6.17 Eastbourne: 3.77 Eastleigh: -7.83 Eden: -9.29 Elmbridge: -16.13 Enfield: -1.45 Epping Forest: -4.93 Epsom and Ewell: -16.41 Erewash: 5.22 Exeter: -7.00 Fareham: -11.21 Fenland: 11.15 Folkestone and Hythe: 8.15 Forest of Dean: -1.76 Fylde: -3.25 Gateshead: 15.28 Gedling: 0.22 Gloucester: 1.72 Gosport: 7.10 Gravesham: 5.94 Great Yarmouth: 24.81 Greenwich: 3.85 Guildford: -14.57 Hackney: 9.96 Halton: 21.03 Hambleton: -10.24 Hammersmith and Fulham: -11.48 Harborough: -13.54 Haringey: 0.91 Harlow: 11.45 Harrogate: -12.68 Harrow: -13.97 Hart: -20.36 Hartlepool: 25.11 Hastings: 17.05 Havant: 6.98 Havering: -8.02 Herefordshire, County of: 0.34 Hertsmere: -5.07 High Peak: -1.57 Hillingdon: -6.12 Hinckley and Bosworth: -3.83 Horsham: -13.65 Hounslow: -3.56 Huntingdonshire: -6.11 Hyndburn: 15.65 Ipswich: 12.90 Isle of Wight: 11.24 Isles of Scilly: -11.40 Islington: 5.32 Kensington and Chelsea: -14.31 King's Lynn and West Norfolk: 7.40 Kingston upon Hull, City of: 20.52 Kingston upon Thames: -20.10 Kirklees: 4.18 Knowsley: 26.75 Lambeth: -4.35 Lancaster: -1.07 Leeds: 0.49 Leicester: 5.12 Lewes: 0.11 Lewisham: 1.53 Lichfield: -6.52 Lincoln: 7.38 Liverpool: 17.52 Luton: 4.22 Maidstone: -0.16 Maldon: -0.54 Malvern Hills: -3.81 Manchester: 10.11 Mansfield: 16.90 Medway: 7.18 Melton: -8.20 Mendip: -4.10 Merton: -13.04 Mid Devon: -0.65 Mid Suffolk: -8.33 Mid Sussex: -14.87 Middlesbrough: 32.38 Milton Keynes: -3.10 Mole Valley: -14.12 New Forest: -5.02 Newark and Sherwood: 3.68 Newcastle upon Tyne: 7.96 Newcastle-under-Lyme: 2.74 Newham: -0.33 North Devon: 3.41 North East Derbyshire: 4.08 North East Lincolnshire: 19.11 North Hertfordshire: -8.31 North Kesteven: -7.00 North Lincolnshire: 8.94 North Norfolk: 1.26 North Northamptonshire: 4.23 North Somerset: -5.68 North Tyneside: 6.65 North Warwickshire: 6.57 North West Leicestershire: -4.01 Northumberland: 9.39 Norwich: 6.78 Nottingham: 12.38 Nuneaton and Bedworth: 13.22 Oadby and Wigston: -6.38 Oldham: 15.63 Oxford: -8.81 Pendle: 10.18 Peterborough: 11.88 Plymouth: 9.59 Portsmouth: 1.76 Preston: 8.01 Reading: -6.53 Redbridge: -11.86 Redcar and Cleveland: 27.60 Redditch: 8.34 Reigate and Banstead: -9.90 Ribble Valley: -16.23 Richmond upon Thames: -22.07 Richmondshire: -5.68 Rochdale: 18.92 Rochford: -10.39 Rossendale: 8.82 Rother: 5.16 Rotherham: 19.91 Rugby: -4.10 Runnymede: -10.40 Rushcliffe: -17.80 Rushmoor: -2.20 Rutland: -17.78 Ryedale: -10.97 Salford: 13.51 Sandwell: 16.42 Scarborough: 10.41 Sedgemoor: 4.20 Sefton: 9.35 Selby: -5.64 Sevenoaks: -6.01 Sheffield: 7.10 Shropshire: 0.14 Slough: -0.94 Solihull: 0.52 Somerset West and Taunton: 2.96 South Cambridgeshire: -15.05 South Derbyshire: -5.54 South Gloucestershire: -10.02 South Hams: -7.33 South Holland: 3.85 South Kesteven: -4.79 South Lakeland: -11.29 South Norfolk: -8.57 South Oxfordshire: -14.48 South Ribble: 0.40 South Somerset: 1.96 South Staffordshire: -4.63 South Tyneside: 18.74 Southampton: 5.38 Southend-on-Sea: 0.48 Southwark: -1.28 Spelthorne: -3.59 St Albans: -18.58 St. Helens: 19.53 Stafford: -3.86 Staffordshire Moorlands: -2.76 Stevenage: 5.68 Stockport: 0.81 Stockton-on-Tees: 13.24 Stoke-on-Trent: 23.38 Stratford-on-Avon: -10.16 Stroud: -11.41 Sunderland: 21.36 Surrey Heath: -10.81 Sutton: -6.37 Swale: 9.19 Swindon: 2.01 Tameside: 17.76 Tamworth: 12.76 Tandridge: -9.72 Teignbridge: -1.25 Telford and Wrekin: 15.16 Tendring: 14.38 Test Valley: -7.99 Tewkesbury: -8.79 Thanet: 14.88 Three Rivers: -14.68 Thurrock: -0.61 Tonbridge and Malling: -6.34 Torbay: 16.04 Torridge: 5.91 Tower Hamlets: -4.66 Trafford: -10.64 Tunbridge Wells: -7.94 Uttlesford: -16.44 Vale of White Horse: -11.98 Wakefield: 14.65 Walsall: 16.63 Waltham Forest: -1.26 Wandsworth: -17.09 Warrington: -3.94 Warwick: -12.24 Watford: -8.95 Waverley: -17.33 Wealden: -10.11 Welwyn Hatfield: -6.92 West Berkshire: -11.74 West Devon: -2.28 West Lancashire: -1.37 West Lindsey: 4.16 West Northamptonshire: -3.49 West Oxfordshire: -11.39 West Suffolk: -2.31 Westminster: -10.46 Wigan: 11.24 Wiltshire: -5.80 Winchester: -17.41 Windsor and Maidenhead: -15.49 Wirral: 13.86 Woking: -8.60 Wokingham: -23.78 Wolverhampton: 16.00 Worcester: -0.36 Worthing: -3.78 Wychavon: -2.30 Wyre: 5.52 Wyre Forest: 6.50 York: -14.79

Ranked Local Authorities for this Dataset

The chart below shows the local authorities with the highest scores for this dataset. High scores indicate that there is a higher than average number of young people with this characteristic within that local authority.

Total score
01015202530355LiverpoolTamesideDoncasterHaltonSunderlandStoke-on-TrentGreat YarmouthHartlepoolKnowsleyRedcar and ClevelandBlackpoolMiddlesbroughBarnsleySouth TynesideRochdaleNorth East LincolnshireSt. HelensRotherhamBurnleyKingston upon Hull, City ofMiddlesbrough
Total score 32.4
Blackpool
Total score 32.2
Redcar and Cleveland
Total score 27.6
Knowsley
Total score 26.8
Hartlepool
Total score 25.1
Great Yarmouth
Total score 24.8
Stoke-on-Trent
Total score 23.4
Sunderland
Total score 21.4
Halton
Total score 21.0
Doncaster
Total score 21.0
Kingston upon Hull, City of
Total score 20.5
Burnley
Total score 20.2
Rotherham
Total score 19.9
St. Helens
Total score 19.5
North East Lincolnshire
Total score 19.1
Rochdale
Total score 18.9
South Tyneside
Total score 18.7
Barnsley
Total score 18.5
Tameside
Total score 17.8
Liverpool
Total score 17.5

Combined Authorities

The table below shows the local authority data above, grouped by their combined authority. Higher values indicate local authority areas where young people have a higher likelihood of being NEET.

Combined AuthorityLocal Authority NameValue
Greater ManchesterBolton10.67
Bury4.32
Manchester10.11
Oldham15.63
Rochdale18.92
Salford13.51
Stockport0.81
Tameside17.76
Trafford-10.64
Wigan11.24
Liverpool City RegionHalton21.03
Wirral13.86
St. Helens19.53
Sefton9.35
Knowsley26.75
Liverpool17.52
North EastSunderland21.36
Gateshead15.28
County Durham13.71
South Tyneside18.74
West MidlandsBirmingham12.50
Coventry4.72
Dudley11.47
Solihull0.52
Walsall16.63
Wolverhampton16.00
Sandwell16.42
West YorkshireWakefield14.65
Bradford17.32
Calderdale8.23
Kirklees4.18
Leeds0.49

Weighted Scores (double)

The map shows the likelihood of young people ending up not in employment, education or training. The values are standardised to show divergence from the average, with lighter colours being higher and darker colours being lower. Higher scores are indicative of a higher chance of a young person being NEET. Hover over the hexes to see the standardised score.

most likely
least likely
Hexmap Adur: -0.04 Allerdale: 0.17 Amber Valley: 0.12 Arun: 0.17 Ashfield: 0.78 Ashford: 0.17 Babergh: -0.23 Barking and Dagenham: 0.34 Barnet: -0.81 Barnsley: 0.99 Barrow-in-Furness: 0.73 Basildon: 0.36 Basingstoke and Deane: -0.20 Bassetlaw: 0.54 Bath and North East Somerset: -0.82 Bedford: -0.07 Bexley: -0.44 Birmingham: 0.65 Blaby: -0.40 Blackburn with Darwen: 0.71 Blackpool: 1.88 Bolsover: 0.72 Bolton: 0.53 Boston: 0.68 Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole: -0.14 Bracknell Forest: -0.64 Bradford: 0.90 Braintree: -0.06 Breckland: 0.32 Brent: -0.34 Brentwood: -0.70 Brighton and Hove: -0.25 Bristol, City of: -0.03 Broadland: -0.41 Bromley: -0.69 Bromsgrove: -0.50 Broxbourne: -0.14 Broxtowe: -0.25 Buckinghamshire: -0.62 Burnley: 1.13 Bury: 0.23 Calderdale: 0.39 Cambridge: -0.76 Camden: -0.41 Cannock Chase: 0.57 Canterbury: -0.27 Carlisle: 0.32 Castle Point: -0.17 Central Bedfordshire: -0.43 Charnwood: -0.59 Chelmsford: -0.60 Cheltenham: -0.50 Cherwell: -0.29 Cheshire East: -0.46 Cheshire West and Chester: -0.09 Chesterfield: 0.73 Chichester: -0.41 Chorley: -0.07 City of London: -1.64 Colchester: -0.19 Copeland: 0.15 Cornwall: 0.17 Cotswold: -0.79 County Durham: 0.79 Coventry: 0.25 Craven: -0.76 Crawley: 0.31 Croydon: -0.05 Dacorum: -0.32 Darlington: 0.88 Dartford: -0.06 Derby: 0.52 Derbyshire Dales: -0.52 Doncaster: 1.12 Dorset: 0.01 Dover: 0.56 Dudley: 0.62 Ealing: -0.67 East Cambridgeshire: -0.56 East Devon: -0.29 East Hampshire: -0.65 East Hertfordshire: -0.83 East Lindsey: 1.03 East Riding of Yorkshire: -0.44 East Staffordshire: 0.01 East Suffolk: 0.38 Eastbourne: 0.30 Eastleigh: -0.44 Eden: -0.55 Elmbridge: -0.93 Enfield: -0.17 Epping Forest: -0.35 Epsom and Ewell: -0.94 Erewash: 0.32 Exeter: -0.44 Fareham: -0.63 Fenland: 0.71 Folkestone and Hythe: 0.57 Forest of Dean: -0.08 Fylde: -0.16 Gateshead: 0.85 Gedling: 0.02 Gloucester: 0.10 Gosport: 0.48 Gravesham: 0.37 Great Yarmouth: 1.42 Greenwich: 0.24 Guildford: -0.86 Hackney: 0.44 Halton: 1.16 Hambleton: -0.55 Hammersmith and Fulham: -0.73 Harborough: -0.79 Haringey: 0.01 Harlow: 0.62 Harrogate: -0.68 Harrow: -0.88 Hart: -1.12 Hartlepool: 1.38 Hastings: 1.04 Havant: 0.42 Havering: -0.52 Herefordshire, County of: 0.07 Hertsmere: -0.34 High Peak: -0.07 Hillingdon: -0.40 Hinckley and Bosworth: -0.19 Horsham: -0.75 Hounslow: -0.22 Huntingdonshire: -0.31 Hyndburn: 0.86 Ipswich: 0.73 Isle of Wight: 0.80 Isles of Scilly: -0.96 Islington: 0.26 Kensington and Chelsea: -0.95 King's Lynn and West Norfolk: 0.52 Kingston upon Hull, City of: 1.07 Kingston upon Thames: -1.11 Kirklees: 0.17 Knowsley: 1.53 Lambeth: -0.29 Lancaster: -0.05 Leeds: 0.01 Leicester: 0.19 Lewes: 0.11 Lewisham: 0.12 Lichfield: -0.35 Lincoln: 0.40 Liverpool: 0.96 Luton: 0.22 Maidstone: -0.01 Maldon: -0.04 Malvern Hills: -0.20 Manchester: 0.49 Mansfield: 0.96 Medway: 0.44 Melton: -0.45 Mendip: -0.18 Merton: -0.69 Mid Devon: -0.03 Mid Suffolk: -0.44 Mid Sussex: -0.82 Middlesbrough: 1.63 Milton Keynes: -0.18 Mole Valley: -0.75 New Forest: -0.25 Newark and Sherwood: 0.23 Newcastle upon Tyne: 0.31 Newcastle-under-Lyme: 0.11 Newham: -0.17 North Devon: 0.28 North East Derbyshire: 0.26 North East Lincolnshire: 1.04 North Hertfordshire: -0.40 North Kesteven: -0.37 North Lincolnshire: 0.52 North Norfolk: 0.21 North Northamptonshire: 0.20 North Somerset: -0.33 North Tyneside: 0.38 North Warwickshire: 0.29 North West Leicestershire: -0.20 Northumberland: 0.56 Norwich: 0.38 Nottingham: 0.53 Nuneaton and Bedworth: 0.71 Oadby and Wigston: -0.34 Oldham: 0.83 Oxford: -0.55 Pendle: 0.55 Peterborough: 0.63 Plymouth: 0.56 Portsmouth: 0.09 Preston: 0.37 Reading: -0.34 Redbridge: -0.79 Redcar and Cleveland: 1.46 Redditch: 0.48 Reigate and Banstead: -0.54 Ribble Valley: -0.93 Richmond upon Thames: -1.25 Richmondshire: -0.31 Rochdale: 0.97 Rochford: -0.57 Rossendale: 0.49 Rother: 0.36 Rotherham: 1.15 Rugby: -0.23 Runnymede: -0.61 Rushcliffe: -1.03 Rushmoor: -0.10 Rutland: -0.97 Ryedale: -0.58 Salford: 0.76 Sandwell: 0.84 Scarborough: 0.64 Sedgemoor: 0.24 Sefton: 0.59 Selby: -0.34 Sevenoaks: -0.35 Sheffield: 0.40 Shropshire: -0.03 Slough: -0.16 Solihull: 0.05 Somerset West and Taunton: 0.14 South Cambridgeshire: -0.83 South Derbyshire: -0.30 South Gloucestershire: -0.57 South Hams: -0.35 South Holland: 0.23 South Kesteven: -0.22 South Lakeland: -0.62 South Norfolk: -0.44 South Oxfordshire: -0.79 South Ribble: -0.02 South Somerset: 0.11 South Staffordshire: -0.29 South Tyneside: 1.11 Southampton: 0.31 Southend-on-Sea: 0.05 Southwark: -0.12 Spelthorne: -0.19 St Albans: -1.04 St. Helens: 1.14 Stafford: -0.22 Staffordshire Moorlands: -0.22 Stevenage: 0.37 Stockport: 0.07 Stockton-on-Tees: 0.74 Stoke-on-Trent: 1.23 Stratford-on-Avon: -0.56 Stroud: -0.59 Sunderland: 1.20 Surrey Heath: -0.65 Sutton: -0.45 Swale: 0.65 Swindon: 0.14 Tameside: 0.95 Tamworth: 0.70 Tandridge: -0.51 Teignbridge: -0.02 Telford and Wrekin: 0.85 Tendring: 0.94 Test Valley: -0.44 Tewkesbury: -0.48 Thanet: 0.98 Three Rivers: -0.83 Thurrock: -0.07 Tonbridge and Malling: -0.32 Torbay: 0.93 Torridge: 0.42 Tower Hamlets: -0.34 Trafford: -0.63 Tunbridge Wells: -0.43 Uttlesford: -0.94 Vale of White Horse: -0.63 Wakefield: 0.78 Walsall: 0.90 Waltham Forest: -0.15 Wandsworth: -0.94 Warrington: -0.21 Warwick: -0.72 Watford: -0.51 Waverley: -0.93 Wealden: -0.52 Welwyn Hatfield: -0.43 West Berkshire: -0.59 West Devon: -0.04 West Lancashire: -0.09 West Lindsey: 0.28 West Northamptonshire: -0.21 West Oxfordshire: -0.58 West Suffolk: -0.06 Westminster: -0.71 Wigan: 0.63 Wiltshire: -0.23 Winchester: -0.96 Windsor and Maidenhead: -0.88 Wirral: 0.90 Woking: -0.48 Wokingham: -1.32 Wolverhampton: 0.85 Worcester: -0.02 Worthing: -0.14 Wychavon: -0.12 Wyre: 0.29 Wyre Forest: 0.38 York: -0.85

Ranked Local Authorities

The chart below shows the local authorities with the highest scores for this dataset. High scores indicate that there is a higher than average number of young people with this characteristic within that local authority.

Weighted score
012ThanetBarnsleyRotherhamHaltonSunderlandStoke-on-TrentHartlepoolGreat YarmouthRedcar and ClevelandKnowsleyMiddlesbroughBlackpoolEast LindseyHastingsNorth East LincolnshireKingston upon Hull, City ofSouth TynesideDoncasterBurnleySt. HelensBlackpool
Weighted score 1.9
Middlesbrough
Weighted score 1.6
Knowsley
Weighted score 1.5
Redcar and Cleveland
Weighted score 1.5
Great Yarmouth
Weighted score 1.4
Hartlepool
Weighted score 1.4
Stoke-on-Trent
Weighted score 1.2
Sunderland
Weighted score 1.2
Halton
Weighted score 1.2
Rotherham
Weighted score 1.1
St. Helens
Weighted score 1.1
Burnley
Weighted score 1.1
Doncaster
Weighted score 1.1
South Tyneside
Weighted score 1.1
Kingston upon Hull, City of
Weighted score 1.1
North East Lincolnshire
Weighted score 1.0
Hastings
Weighted score 1.0
East Lindsey
Weighted score 1.0
Barnsley
Weighted score 1.0
Thanet
Weighted score 1.0

Combined Authorities

The table below shows the local authority data above, grouped by their combined authority. Higher values indicate local authority areas where young people have a higher likelihood of being NEET.

Combined AuthorityLocal Authority NameValue
Greater ManchesterBolton0.53
Bury0.23
Manchester0.49
Oldham0.83
Rochdale0.97
Salford0.76
Stockport0.07
Tameside0.95
Trafford-0.63
Wigan0.63
Liverpool City RegionHalton1.16
Wirral0.90
St. Helens1.14
Sefton0.59
Knowsley1.53
Liverpool0.96
North EastSunderland1.20
Gateshead0.85
County Durham0.79
South Tyneside1.11
West MidlandsBirmingham0.65
Coventry0.25
Dudley0.62
Solihull0.05
Walsall0.90
Wolverhampton0.85
Sandwell0.84
West YorkshireWakefield0.78
Bradford0.90
Calderdale0.39
Kirklees0.17
Leeds0.01

Children in Poverty

The map shows the likelihood of young people ending up not in employment, education or training. The values are standardised to show divergence from the average, with lighter colours being higher and darker colours being lower. Higher scores are indicative of a higher chance of a young person being NEET. Hover over the hexes to see the standardised score.

most likely
least likely
Hexmap Adur: -0.40 Allerdale: -0.33 Amber Valley: 0.69 Arun: -0.11 Ashfield: 1.68 Ashford: -0.18 Babergh: -0.67 Barking and Dagenham: 0.87 Barnet: -0.75 Barnsley: 0.33 Barrow-in-Furness: -0.21 Basildon: -0.40 Basingstoke and Deane: -0.91 Bassetlaw: 1.52 Bath and North East Somerset: -0.97 Bedford: -0.43 Bexley: -0.57 Birmingham: 2.97 Blaby: -0.13 Blackburn with Darwen: 2.01 Blackpool: 0.87 Bolsover: 1.68 Bolton: 1.85 Boston: 1.94 Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole: -0.36 Bracknell Forest: -1.04 Bradford: 2.53 Braintree: -0.72 Breckland: -0.28 Brent: 0.18 Brentwood: -1.16 Brighton and Hove: -0.48 Bristol, City of: 0.53 Broadland: -1.01 Bromley: -1.08 Bromsgrove: -0.70 Broxbourne: -0.74 Broxtowe: 0.47 Buckinghamshire: -0.65 Burnley: 1.84 Bury: 0.36 Calderdale: 0.55 Cambridge: -1.06 Camden: 0.45 Cannock Chase: 0.60 Canterbury: -0.19 Carlisle: -0.26 Castle Point: -0.64 Central Bedfordshire: -1.04 Charnwood: 0.30 Chelmsford: -1.16 Cheltenham: -0.40 Cherwell: -0.74 Cheshire East: -0.84 Cheshire West and Chester: -0.65 Chesterfield: 1.31 Chichester: -0.50 Chorley: -0.70 City of London: 4.22 Colchester: -0.75 Copeland: -0.47 Cornwall: 0.50 Cotswold: -0.97 County Durham: 1.18 Coventry: 1.26 Craven: -0.80 Crawley: 0.31 Croydon: -0.28 Dacorum: -1.06 Darlington: 1.11 Dartford: -0.47 Derby: 2.45 Derbyshire Dales: 0.01 Doncaster: 0.77 Dorset: -0.31 Dover: 0.33 Dudley: 1.23 Ealing: -0.28 East Cambridgeshire: -1.19 East Devon: -0.31 East Hampshire: -0.89 East Hertfordshire: -1.46 East Lindsey: 2.02 East Riding of Yorkshire: -0.43 East Staffordshire: 0.89 East Suffolk: -0.43 Eastbourne: 0.04 Eastleigh: -0.87 Eden: -0.50 Elmbridge: -1.55 Enfield: -0.30 Epping Forest: -0.86 Epsom and Ewell: -1.40 Erewash: 0.55 Exeter: -0.33 Fareham: -0.99 Fenland: 0.18 Folkestone and Hythe: 0.26 Forest of Dean: 0.09 Fylde: -0.65 Gateshead: 0.94 Gedling: 0.48 Gloucester: 0.30 Gosport: 0.08 Gravesham: 0.19 Great Yarmouth: 0.30 Greenwich: 0.21 Guildford: -1.23 Hackney: 0.77 Halton: -0.03 Hambleton: -0.91 Hammersmith and Fulham: -0.60 Harborough: -0.58 Haringey: 0.08 Harlow: -0.23 Harrogate: -1.35 Harrow: -0.26 Hart: -1.46 Hartlepool: 1.31 Hastings: 0.62 Havant: 0.28 Havering: -0.43 Herefordshire, County of: 0.04 Hertsmere: -1.14 High Peak: 0.11 Hillingdon: -0.23 Hinckley and Bosworth: 0.30 Horsham: -1.04 Hounslow: -0.18 Huntingdonshire: -0.96 Hyndburn: 2.09 Ipswich: 0.62 Isle of Wight: 0.50 Isles of Scilly: -0.87 Islington: 0.06 Kensington and Chelsea: -1.02 King's Lynn and West Norfolk: -0.14 Kingston upon Hull, City of: 1.29 Kingston upon Thames: -1.18 Kirklees: 1.04 Knowsley: 0.30 Lambeth: 0.08 Lancaster: -0.31 Leeds: 0.48 Leicester: 3.61 Lewes: -0.58 Lewisham: -0.13 Lichfield: -0.47 Lincoln: 1.87 Liverpool: 1.06 Luton: 1.36 Maidstone: -0.35 Maldon: -0.77 Malvern Hills: -0.36 Manchester: 1.84 Mansfield: 1.57 Medway: 0.11 Melton: 0.11 Mendip: -0.31 Merton: -0.57 Mid Devon: -0.04 Mid Suffolk: -0.86 Mid Sussex: -1.23 Middlesbrough: 3.02 Milton Keynes: -0.04 Mole Valley: -1.24 New Forest: -0.60 Newark and Sherwood: 0.96 Newcastle upon Tyne: 1.72 Newcastle-under-Lyme: 0.47 Newham: 0.91 North Devon: 0.40 North East Derbyshire: 0.63 North East Lincolnshire: 0.57 North Hertfordshire: -1.14 North Kesteven: -0.01 North Lincolnshire: 0.38 North Norfolk: -0.18 North Northamptonshire: 0.58 North Somerset: -0.60 North Tyneside: 0.41 North Warwickshire: 0.11 North West Leicestershire: 0.26 Northumberland: 0.62 Norwich: 0.62 Nottingham: 3.38 Nuneaton and Bedworth: 0.28 Oadby and Wigston: 0.50 Oldham: 2.53 Oxford: -0.38 Pendle: 2.50 Peterborough: 0.79 Plymouth: 0.36 Portsmouth: 0.57 Preston: 0.67 Reading: -0.35 Redbridge: -0.09 Redcar and Cleveland: 1.36 Redditch: 0.38 Reigate and Banstead: -1.14 Ribble Valley: -0.96 Richmond upon Thames: -1.65 Richmondshire: -0.80 Rochdale: 1.48 Rochford: -1.13 Rossendale: 0.33 Rother: 0.09 Rotherham: 0.67 Rugby: -0.75 Runnymede: -0.94 Rushcliffe: -0.84 Rushmoor: -0.77 Rutland: -0.67 Ryedale: -0.65 Salford: 0.53 Sandwell: 2.40 Scarborough: 0.11 Sedgemoor: 0.13 Sefton: -0.26 Selby: -0.82 Sevenoaks: -0.84 Sheffield: 0.87 Shropshire: 0.08 Slough: 0.48 Solihull: -0.52 Somerset West and Taunton: -0.09 South Cambridgeshire: -1.43 South Derbyshire: 0.35 South Gloucestershire: -0.77 South Hams: -0.36 South Holland: 1.19 South Kesteven: 0.43 South Lakeland: -0.80 South Norfolk: -0.99 South Oxfordshire: -1.24 South Ribble: -0.70 South Somerset: -0.08 South Staffordshire: -0.19 South Tyneside: 1.41 Southampton: 0.65 Southend-on-Sea: -0.52 Southwark: 0.13 Spelthorne: -0.92 St Albans: -1.45 St. Helens: 0.03 Stafford: -0.26 Staffordshire Moorlands: -0.13 Stevenage: -0.55 Stockport: -0.55 Stockton-on-Tees: 0.85 Stoke-on-Trent: 2.55 Stratford-on-Avon: -0.86 Stroud: -0.52 Sunderland: 1.31 Surrey Heath: -1.19 Sutton: -0.96 Swale: -0.01 Swindon: -0.25 Tameside: 0.58 Tamworth: 0.21 Tandridge: -1.16 Teignbridge: -0.11 Telford and Wrekin: 0.65 Tendring: -0.14 Test Valley: -0.97 Tewkesbury: -0.57 Thanet: 0.70 Three Rivers: -1.40 Thurrock: -0.31 Tonbridge and Malling: -0.74 Torbay: 0.41 Torridge: 0.69 Tower Hamlets: 1.33 Trafford: -0.87 Tunbridge Wells: -0.91 Uttlesford: -1.38 Vale of White Horse: -1.23 Wakefield: 0.03 Walsall: 2.16 Waltham Forest: 0.48 Wandsworth: -0.77 Warrington: -0.62 Warwick: -1.04 Watford: -0.87 Waverley: -1.38 Wealden: -0.55 Welwyn Hatfield: -1.08 West Berkshire: -1.06 West Devon: 0.03 West Lancashire: -0.28 West Lindsey: 1.04 West Northamptonshire: 0.38 West Oxfordshire: -1.06 West Suffolk: -0.97 Westminster: -0.40 Wigan: -0.01 Wiltshire: -0.72 Winchester: -1.13 Windsor and Maidenhead: -1.23 Wirral: -0.23 Woking: -0.87 Wokingham: -1.43 Wolverhampton: 2.06 Worcester: 0.47 Worthing: -0.50 Wychavon: -0.35 Wyre: -0.42 Wyre Forest: 0.55 York: -0.91

Ranked Local Authorities

The chart below shows the local authorities with the highest scores for this dataset. High scores indicate that there is a higher than average number of young people with this characteristic within that local authority.

Standardised score
012345BurnleyBoltonDerbyPendleOldhamBradfordStoke-on-TrentBirminghamMiddlesbroughNottinghamLeicesterCity of LondonLincolnBostonBlackburn with DarwenEast LindseyWolverhamptonHyndburnWalsallSandwellCity of London
Standardised score 4.2
Leicester
Standardised score 3.6
Nottingham
Standardised score 3.4
Middlesbrough
Standardised score 3.0
Birmingham
Standardised score 3.0
Stoke-on-Trent
Standardised score 2.5
Bradford
Standardised score 2.5
Oldham
Standardised score 2.5
Pendle
Standardised score 2.5
Derby
Standardised score 2.4
Sandwell
Standardised score 2.4
Walsall
Standardised score 2.2
Hyndburn
Standardised score 2.1
Wolverhampton
Standardised score 2.1
East Lindsey
Standardised score 2.0
Blackburn with Darwen
Standardised score 2.0
Boston
Standardised score 1.9
Lincoln
Standardised score 1.9
Bolton
Standardised score 1.9
Burnley
Standardised score 1.8

Combined Authorities

The table below shows the local authority data above, grouped by their combined authority. Higher values indicate local authority areas where young people have a higher likelihood of being NEET.

Combined AuthorityLocal Authority NameValue
Greater ManchesterBolton1.85
Bury0.36
Manchester1.84
Oldham2.53
Rochdale1.48
Salford0.53
Stockport-0.55
Tameside0.58
Trafford-0.87
Wigan-0.01
Liverpool City RegionHalton-0.03
Wirral-0.23
St. Helens0.03
Sefton-0.26
Knowsley0.30
Liverpool1.06
North EastSunderland1.31
Gateshead0.94
County Durham1.18
South Tyneside1.41
West MidlandsBirmingham2.97
Coventry1.26
Dudley1.23
Solihull-0.52
Walsall2.16
Wolverhampton2.06
Sandwell2.40
West YorkshireWakefield0.03
Bradford2.53
Calderdale0.55
Kirklees1.04
Leeds0.48

Children Looked After

The map shows the likelihood of young people ending up not in employment, education or training. The values are standardised to show divergence from the average, with lighter colours being higher and darker colours being lower. Higher scores are indicative of a higher chance of a young person being NEET. Hover over the hexes to see the standardised score.

most likely
least likely
Hexmap Barking and Dagenham: -0.42 Barnet: -1.20 Barnsley: -0.28 Bath and North East Somerset: -0.70 Bedford: -0.42 Bexley: -1.09 Birmingham: -0.20 Blackburn with Darwen: 0.47 Blackpool: 3.83 Bolton: -0.09 Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole: -0.39 Bracknell Forest: -0.86 Bradford: 0.64 Brent: -0.92 Brighton and Hove: 0.05 Bristol, City of: -0.14 Bromley: -0.98 Buckinghamshire: -1.09 Bury: 0.05 Calderdale: -0.14 Camden: -0.78 Central Bedfordshire: -0.81 Cheshire East: -0.36 Cheshire West and Chester: -0.09 City of London: 2.03 Cornwall: -0.89 County Durham: 0.53 Coventry: 0.39 Croydon: -0.53 Darlington: 1.19 Derby: 0.75 Doncaster: 0.33 Dorset: -0.34 Dudley: 0.14 Ealing: -1.09 East Riding of Yorkshire: -0.75 Enfield: -0.92 Gateshead: 1.25 Greenwich: -0.28 Hackney: -0.20 Halton: 1.50 Hammersmith and Fulham: -0.34 Haringey: -0.25 Harrow: -1.34 Hartlepool: 2.08 Havering: -0.98 Herefordshire, County of: 0.89 Hillingdon: -0.64 Hounslow: -0.98 Isle of Wight: 1.00 Isles of Scilly: -2.23 Islington: 0.69 Kensington and Chelsea: -1.00 Kingston upon Hull, City of: 1.94 Kingston upon Thames: -1.23 Kirklees: -0.50 Knowsley: 0.22 Lambeth: -0.20 Leeds: -0.00 Leicester: -0.25 Lewisham: -0.22 Liverpool: 2.55 Luton: -0.42 Manchester: 0.80 Medway: -0.31 Merton: -1.50 Middlesbrough: 1.94 Milton Keynes: -0.78 Newcastle upon Tyne: 1.00 Newham: -0.81 North East Lincolnshire: 2.94 North Lincolnshire: -0.67 North Northamptonshire: -0.39 North Somerset: -0.95 North Tyneside: 0.11 Northumberland: -0.20 Nottingham: 0.80 Oldham: 0.19 Peterborough: -0.39 Plymouth: 0.41 Portsmouth: 0.36 Reading: -0.45 Redbridge: -1.20 Redcar and Cleveland: 1.25 Richmond upon Thames: -1.42 Rochdale: 0.58 Rotherham: 0.53 Rutland: -1.36 Salford: 0.41 Sandwell: 0.50 Sefton: 0.91 Sheffield: -0.59 Shropshire: 0.66 Slough: -0.75 Solihull: 0.91 South Gloucestershire: -1.03 South Tyneside: 0.44 Southampton: 0.94 Southend-on-Sea: 0.16 Southwark: -0.03 St. Helens: 1.33 Stockport: -0.22 Stockton-on-Tees: 1.47 Stoke-on-Trent: 2.64 Sunderland: 0.61 Sutton: -0.89 Swindon: -0.42 Tameside: 1.39 Telford and Wrekin: 0.61 Thurrock: -0.36 Torbay: 1.05 Tower Hamlets: -0.78 Trafford: -0.39 Wakefield: 0.22 Walsall: 0.47 Waltham Forest: -0.75 Wandsworth: -1.09 Warrington: -0.09 West Berkshire: -0.89 West Northamptonshire: -0.22 Westminster: -0.67 Wigan: 0.28 Wiltshire: -1.09 Windsor and Maidenhead: -1.17 Wirral: 1.11 Wokingham: -1.31 Wolverhampton: 0.11 York: -0.00

Ranked Local Authorities

The chart below shows the local authorities with the highest scores for this dataset. High scores indicate that there is a higher than average number of young people with this characteristic within that local authority.

Standardised score
01234SouthamptonIsle of WightStockton-on-TeesHaltonMiddlesbroughKingston upon Hull, City ofCity of LondonHartlepoolLiverpoolStoke-on-TrentNorth East LincolnshireBlackpoolNewcastle upon TyneTorbayWirralDarlingtonRedcar and ClevelandGatesheadSt. HelensTamesideBlackpool
Standardised score 3.8
North East Lincolnshire
Standardised score 2.9
Stoke-on-Trent
Standardised score 2.6
Liverpool
Standardised score 2.6
Hartlepool
Standardised score 2.1
City of London
Standardised score 2.0
Kingston upon Hull, City of
Standardised score 1.9
Middlesbrough
Standardised score 1.9
Halton
Standardised score 1.5
Stockton-on-Tees
Standardised score 1.5
Tameside
Standardised score 1.4
St. Helens
Standardised score 1.3
Gateshead
Standardised score 1.2
Redcar and Cleveland
Standardised score 1.2
Darlington
Standardised score 1.2
Wirral
Standardised score 1.1
Torbay
Standardised score 1.1
Newcastle upon Tyne
Standardised score 1.0
Isle of Wight
Standardised score 1.0
Southampton
Standardised score 0.9

Combined Authorities

The table below shows the local authority data above, grouped by their combined authority. Higher values indicate local authority areas where young people have a higher likelihood of being NEET.

Combined AuthorityLocal Authority NameValue
Greater ManchesterBolton-0.09
Bury0.05
Manchester0.80
Oldham0.19
Rochdale0.58
Salford0.41
Stockport-0.22
Tameside1.39
Trafford-0.39
Wigan0.28
Liverpool City RegionHalton1.50
Wirral1.11
St. Helens1.33
Sefton0.91
Knowsley0.22
Liverpool2.55
North EastSunderland0.61
Gateshead1.25
County Durham0.53
South Tyneside0.44
West MidlandsBirmingham-0.20
Coventry0.39
Dudley0.14
Solihull0.91
Walsall0.47
Wolverhampton0.11
Sandwell0.50
West YorkshireWakefield0.22
Bradford0.64
Calderdale-0.14
Kirklees-0.50
Leeds0

Disability (all ages)

The map shows the likelihood of young people ending up not in employment, education or training. The values are standardised to show divergence from the average, with lighter colours being higher and darker colours being lower. Higher scores are indicative of a higher chance of a young person being NEET. Hover over the hexes to see the standardised score.

most likely
least likely
Hexmap Adur: -0.09 Allerdale: 0.48 Amber Valley: 0.31 Arun: -0.32 Ashfield: 1.63 Ashford: -0.27 Babergh: -0.84 Barking and Dagenham: 0.94 Barnet: -0.56 Barnsley: 1.86 Barrow-in-Furness: 1.40 Basildon: 0.14 Basingstoke and Deane: -0.96 Bassetlaw: 0.77 Bath and North East Somerset: -0.79 Bedford: -0.44 Bexley: -0.44 Birmingham: 1.29 Blaby: -0.73 Blackburn with Darwen: 1.81 Blackpool: 2.67 Bolsover: 1.86 Bolton: 1.12 Boston: 0.14 Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole: -0.04 Bracknell Forest: -1.19 Bradford: 0.94 Braintree: -0.44 Breckland: -0.04 Brent: -0.15 Brentwood: -1.13 Brighton and Hove: 0.37 Bristol, City of: 0.54 Broadland: -0.56 Bromley: -0.96 Bromsgrove: -0.73 Broxbourne: -0.61 Broxtowe: -0.04 Buckinghamshire: -1.36 Burnley: 1.75 Bury: 0.65 Calderdale: 0.42 Cambridge: -0.67 Camden: 0.54 Cannock Chase: 0.94 Canterbury: 0.19 Carlisle: 0.25 Castle Point: -0.32 Central Bedfordshire: -0.90 Charnwood: -0.56 Chelmsford: -1.13 Cheltenham: -0.90 Cherwell: -1.02 Cheshire East: -0.50 Cheshire West and Chester: 0.02 Chesterfield: 1.46 Chichester: -1.13 Chorley: 0.19 City of London: -2.00 Colchester: -0.32 Copeland: 1.00 Cornwall: 0.42 Cotswold: -1.42 County Durham: 1.75 Coventry: 0.60 Craven: -1.07 Crawley: -0.21 Croydon: -0.21 Dacorum: -0.79 Darlington: 0.60 Dartford: -0.44 Derby: 0.83 Derbyshire Dales: -0.79 Doncaster: 1.23 Dorset: -0.50 Dover: 0.71 Dudley: 0.54 Ealing: -0.32 East Cambridgeshire: -0.90 East Devon: -0.61 East Hampshire: -1.25 East Hertfordshire: -1.42 East Lindsey: 1.46 East Riding of Yorkshire: -0.38 East Staffordshire: -0.32 East Suffolk: 0.08 Eastbourne: 0.60 Eastleigh: -0.79 Eden: -0.96 Elmbridge: -1.71 Enfield: -0.04 Epping Forest: -0.90 Epsom and Ewell: -1.48 Erewash: 0.37 Exeter: -0.04 Fareham: -1.07 Fenland: 0.60 Folkestone and Hythe: 0.83 Forest of Dean: -0.15 Fylde: 0.14 Gateshead: 1.46 Gedling: 0.14 Gloucester: 0.02 Gosport: 0.19 Gravesham: -0.04 Great Yarmouth: 1.35 Greenwich: 0.60 Guildford: -1.48 Hackney: 1.29 Halton: 2.10 Hambleton: -0.96 Hammersmith and Fulham: 0.02 Harborough: -1.30 Haringey: 0.31 Harlow: 0.08 Harrogate: -1.13 Harrow: -0.84 Hart: -1.82 Hartlepool: 2.27 Hastings: 1.40 Havant: 0.14 Havering: -0.44 Herefordshire, County of: -0.38 Hertsmere: -0.84 High Peak: -0.21 Hillingdon: -0.50 Hinckley and Bosworth: -0.50 Horsham: -1.36 Hounslow: -0.32 Huntingdonshire: -0.73 Hyndburn: 1.58 Ipswich: 0.25 Isle of Wight: 0.83 Isles of Scilly: -1.94 Islington: 1.52 Kensington and Chelsea: -0.56 King's Lynn and West Norfolk: 0.19 Kingston upon Hull, City of: 1.69 Kingston upon Thames: -0.96 Kirklees: 0.37 Knowsley: 3.25 Lambeth: 0.25 Lancaster: 0.48 Leeds: 0.14 Leicester: 0.83 Lewes: -0.04 Lewisham: 0.31 Lichfield: -0.44 Lincoln: 1.06 Liverpool: 3.08 Luton: 0.19 Maidstone: -0.61 Maldon: -0.67 Malvern Hills: -0.56 Manchester: 2.33 Mansfield: 1.69 Medway: 0.25 Melton: -0.96 Mendip: -0.61 Merton: -0.84 Mid Devon: -0.44 Mid Suffolk: -0.90 Mid Sussex: -1.36 Middlesbrough: 1.98 Milton Keynes: -0.27 Mole Valley: -1.36 New Forest: -0.73 Newark and Sherwood: 0.42 Newcastle upon Tyne: 1.35 Newcastle-under-Lyme: 0.54 Newham: 1.00 North Devon: -0.09 North East Derbyshire: 0.65 North East Lincolnshire: 0.94 North Hertfordshire: -0.90 North Kesteven: -0.27 North Lincolnshire: 0.48 North Norfolk: 0.14 North Northamptonshire: 0.02 North Somerset: -0.21 North Tyneside: 0.71 North Warwickshire: 0.14 North West Leicestershire: -0.32 Northumberland: 0.54 Norwich: 0.94 Nottingham: 1.75 Nuneaton and Bedworth: 0.65 Oadby and Wigston: -0.50 Oldham: 1.23 Oxford: -0.67 Pendle: 0.77 Peterborough: 0.31 Plymouth: 1.35 Portsmouth: 0.42 Preston: 1.00 Reading: -0.67 Redbridge: -0.38 Redcar and Cleveland: 1.58 Redditch: 0.19 Reigate and Banstead: -1.07 Ribble Valley: -1.13 Richmond upon Thames: -1.48 Richmondshire: -0.84 Rochdale: 1.40 Rochford: -0.96 Rossendale: 0.94 Rother: 0.08 Rotherham: 1.46 Rugby: -0.67 Runnymede: -1.02 Rushcliffe: -1.02 Rushmoor: -0.79 Rutland: -1.42 Ryedale: -1.02 Salford: 1.69 Sandwell: 1.46 Scarborough: 0.60 Sedgemoor: -0.04 Sefton: 1.46 Selby: -0.67 Sevenoaks: -1.07 Sheffield: 1.00 Shropshire: -0.38 Slough: -0.21 Solihull: -0.21 Somerset West and Taunton: -0.27 South Cambridgeshire: -1.30 South Derbyshire: -0.21 South Gloucestershire: -0.61 South Hams: -0.38 South Holland: -0.09 South Kesteven: -0.44 South Lakeland: -1.02 South Norfolk: -0.67 South Oxfordshire: -1.54 South Ribble: -0.09 South Somerset: -0.56 South Staffordshire: -0.32 South Tyneside: 1.81 Southampton: 0.48 Southend-on-Sea: 0.25 Southwark: 0.48 Spelthorne: -0.96 St Albans: -1.48 St. Helens: 1.98 Stafford: -0.38 Staffordshire Moorlands: 0.02 Stevenage: 0.14 Stockport: 0.14 Stockton-on-Tees: 1.00 Stoke-on-Trent: 1.81 Stratford-on-Avon: -1.19 Stroud: -0.90 Sunderland: 2.21 Surrey Heath: -1.48 Sutton: -0.56 Swale: 0.65 Swindon: -0.27 Tameside: 1.29 Tamworth: 0.42 Tandridge: -1.07 Teignbridge: -0.09 Telford and Wrekin: 1.00 Tendring: 1.35 Test Valley: -1.02 Tewkesbury: -1.07 Thanet: 1.35 Three Rivers: -1.25 Thurrock: -0.09 Tonbridge and Malling: -0.84 Torbay: 1.46 Torridge: 0.25 Tower Hamlets: 1.75 Trafford: -0.21 Tunbridge Wells: -1.07 Uttlesford: -1.59 Vale of White Horse: -1.36 Wakefield: 1.17 Walsall: 1.17 Waltham Forest: 0.19 Wandsworth: -0.50 Warrington: 0.19 Warwick: -1.02 Watford: -0.67 Waverley: -1.54 Wealden: -0.90 Welwyn Hatfield: -0.79 West Berkshire: -1.30 West Devon: -0.04 West Lancashire: 0.65 West Lindsey: 0.25 West Northamptonshire: -0.61 West Oxfordshire: -1.30 West Suffolk: -0.73 Westminster: 0.25 Wigan: 1.17 Wiltshire: -0.79 Winchester: -1.30 Windsor and Maidenhead: -1.54 Wirral: 1.86 Woking: -1.13 Wokingham: -1.71 Wolverhampton: 0.94 Worcester: -0.21 Worthing: -0.09 Wychavon: -0.73 Wyre: 0.83 Wyre Forest: 0.31 York: -0.84

Ranked Local Authorities

The chart below shows the local authorities with the highest scores for this dataset. High scores indicate that there is a higher than average number of young people with this characteristic within that local authority.

Standardised score
01234MansfieldTower HamletsBarnsleyMiddlesbroughSt. HelensHaltonSunderlandHartlepoolManchesterBlackpoolLiverpoolKnowsleyBurnleyCounty DurhamNottinghamStoke-on-TrentBlackburn with DarwenSouth TynesideBolsoverWirralKnowsley
Standardised score 3.2
Liverpool
Standardised score 3.1
Blackpool
Standardised score 2.7
Manchester
Standardised score 2.3
Hartlepool
Standardised score 2.3
Sunderland
Standardised score 2.2
Halton
Standardised score 2.1
St. Helens
Standardised score 2.0
Middlesbrough
Standardised score 2.0
Barnsley
Standardised score 1.9
Wirral
Standardised score 1.9
Bolsover
Standardised score 1.9
South Tyneside
Standardised score 1.8
Blackburn with Darwen
Standardised score 1.8
Stoke-on-Trent
Standardised score 1.8
Nottingham
Standardised score 1.7
County Durham
Standardised score 1.7
Burnley
Standardised score 1.7
Tower Hamlets
Standardised score 1.7
Mansfield
Standardised score 1.7

Combined Authorities

The table below shows the local authority data above, grouped by their combined authority. Higher values indicate local authority areas where young people have a higher likelihood of being NEET.

Combined AuthorityLocal Authority NameValue
Greater ManchesterBolton1.12
Bury0.65
Manchester2.33
Oldham1.23
Rochdale1.40
Salford1.69
Stockport0.14
Tameside1.29
Trafford-0.21
Wigan1.17
Liverpool City RegionHalton2.10
Wirral1.86
St. Helens1.98
Sefton1.46
Knowsley3.25
Liverpool3.08
North EastSunderland2.21
Gateshead1.46
County Durham1.75
South Tyneside1.81
West MidlandsBirmingham1.29
Coventry0.60
Dudley0.54
Solihull-0.21
Walsall1.17
Wolverhampton0.94
Sandwell1.46
West YorkshireWakefield1.17
Bradford0.94
Calderdale0.42
Kirklees0.37
Leeds0.14

Disability (under 25)

The map shows the likelihood of young people ending up not in employment, education or training. The values are standardised to show divergence from the average, with lighter colours being higher and darker colours being lower. Higher scores are indicative of a higher chance of a young person being NEET. Hover over the hexes to see the standardised score.

most likely
least likely
Hexmap Adur: 0.57 Allerdale: 0.05 Amber Valley: 0.49 Arun: 0.39 Ashfield: 1.34 Ashford: 0.54 Babergh: -0.24 Barking and Dagenham: -1.70 Barnet: -1.95 Barnsley: 0.81 Barrow-in-Furness: 0.84 Basildon: 0.35 Basingstoke and Deane: -0.03 Bassetlaw: -0.16 Bath and North East Somerset: 0.56 Bedford: -0.62 Bexley: -0.68 Birmingham: -0.23 Blaby: -0.65 Blackburn with Darwen: -0.69 Blackpool: 1.77 Bolsover: 0.63 Bolton: -0.69 Boston: -0.62 Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole: 0.47 Bracknell Forest: -0.23 Bradford: -0.70 Braintree: 0.61 Breckland: 0.57 Brent: -2.32 Brentwood: -1.10 Brighton and Hove: 2.24 Bristol, City of: 0.63 Broadland: 0.24 Bromley: -0.91 Bromsgrove: -0.81 Broxbourne: -0.90 Broxtowe: 0.29 Buckinghamshire: -0.89 Burnley: 0.25 Bury: 0.04 Calderdale: -0.44 Cambridge: -0.08 Camden: -0.55 Cannock Chase: 0.35 Canterbury: 2.21 Carlisle: -0.42 Castle Point: -0.40 Central Bedfordshire: -0.22 Charnwood: -0.05 Chelmsford: -0.62 Cheltenham: -0.34 Cherwell: -0.47 Cheshire East: -0.29 Cheshire West and Chester: 0.72 Chesterfield: 1.44 Chichester: -0.22 Chorley: -0.37 City of London: -1.52 Colchester: 0.80 Copeland: 0.65 Cornwall: 1.05 Cotswold: -1.24 County Durham: 1.62 Coventry: -0.21 Craven: -0.58 Crawley: -0.42 Croydon: -1.05 Dacorum: -0.18 Darlington: 0.60 Dartford: -0.25 Derby: 0.34 Derbyshire Dales: -0.15 Doncaster: -0.05 Dorset: 1.09 Dover: 1.78 Dudley: 0.05 Ealing: -2.18 East Cambridgeshire: -0.44 East Devon: 0.55 East Hampshire: -0.59 East Hertfordshire: -1.16 East Lindsey: 2.00 East Riding of Yorkshire: -0.76 East Staffordshire: -0.80 East Suffolk: 1.14 Eastbourne: 1.60 Eastleigh: -0.07 Eden: -1.41 Elmbridge: -1.48 Enfield: -1.95 Epping Forest: -1.48 Epsom and Ewell: -1.33 Erewash: 0.69 Exeter: 1.52 Fareham: -0.49 Fenland: 0.78 Folkestone and Hythe: 2.20 Forest of Dean: -0.31 Fylde: -0.05 Gateshead: 0.58 Gedling: 0.34 Gloucester: -0.38 Gosport: 1.46 Gravesham: 0.43 Great Yarmouth: 2.16 Greenwich: -0.67 Guildford: -0.05 Hackney: -1.14 Halton: 0.97 Hambleton: -0.36 Hammersmith and Fulham: -1.45 Harborough: -0.96 Haringey: -1.66 Harlow: -0.22 Harrogate: -0.64 Harrow: -2.38 Hart: -1.12 Hartlepool: 1.09 Hastings: 2.00 Havant: 0.79 Havering: -1.23 Herefordshire, County of: -0.20 Hertsmere: -1.16 High Peak: -0.00 Hillingdon: -1.37 Hinckley and Bosworth: 0.17 Horsham: -0.76 Hounslow: -1.58 Huntingdonshire: -0.14 Hyndburn: 0.17 Ipswich: 0.50 Isle of Wight: 2.48 Isles of Scilly: -1.05 Islington: 0.11 Kensington and Chelsea: -1.87 King's Lynn and West Norfolk: 0.80 Kingston upon Hull, City of: 0.29 Kingston upon Thames: -0.64 Kirklees: -0.81 Knowsley: 0.85 Lambeth: -0.91 Lancaster: 1.15 Leeds: -0.37 Leicester: -1.11 Lewes: 1.66 Lewisham: -0.60 Lichfield: -0.28 Lincoln: 2.86 Liverpool: 1.36 Luton: -1.47 Maidstone: -0.01 Maldon: 0.36 Malvern Hills: 0.01 Manchester: 0.20 Mansfield: 0.95 Medway: 0.80 Melton: -0.12 Mendip: -0.06 Merton: -1.35 Mid Devon: 0.86 Mid Suffolk: 0.08 Mid Sussex: -0.88 Middlesbrough: 0.32 Milton Keynes: -0.63 Mole Valley: -0.64 New Forest: 0.27 Newark and Sherwood: 0.65 Newcastle upon Tyne: 0.48 Newcastle-under-Lyme: 0.19 Newham: -2.17 North Devon: 0.99 North East Derbyshire: 0.49 North East Lincolnshire: 0.62 North Hertfordshire: 0.32 North Kesteven: 0.41 North Lincolnshire: -0.07 North Norfolk: 1.18 North Northamptonshire: -0.00 North Somerset: 0.01 North Tyneside: 0.65 North Warwickshire: -0.16 North West Leicestershire: 0.30 Northumberland: 1.05 Norwich: 2.71 Nottingham: 0.55 Nuneaton and Bedworth: 0.62 Oadby and Wigston: -0.37 Oldham: -0.25 Oxford: 0.11 Pendle: -0.79 Peterborough: -0.40 Plymouth: 2.39 Portsmouth: 0.58 Preston: -0.33 Reading: -0.10 Redbridge: -2.61 Redcar and Cleveland: 1.03 Redditch: 0.73 Reigate and Banstead: -0.87 Ribble Valley: -1.50 Richmond upon Thames: -1.36 Richmondshire: -0.09 Rochdale: 0.06 Rochford: -0.68 Rossendale: 0.37 Rother: 1.47 Rotherham: 1.09 Rugby: -0.36 Runnymede: 0.63 Rushcliffe: -0.73 Rushmoor: -0.31 Rutland: -0.71 Ryedale: -0.84 Salford: 0.33 Sandwell: -1.11 Scarborough: 0.67 Sedgemoor: 0.31 Sefton: 1.17 Selby: -0.85 Sevenoaks: -0.05 Sheffield: 1.30 Shropshire: -0.40 Slough: -2.22 Solihull: 0.67 Somerset West and Taunton: 0.11 South Cambridgeshire: -0.89 South Derbyshire: -0.24 South Gloucestershire: 0.15 South Hams: 0.72 South Holland: 0.13 South Kesteven: 0.32 South Lakeland: -0.57 South Norfolk: 0.01 South Oxfordshire: -0.66 South Ribble: -0.13 South Somerset: 0.35 South Staffordshire: -0.76 South Tyneside: 1.27 Southampton: 1.23 Southend-on-Sea: 0.22 Southwark: -0.53 Spelthorne: -0.45 St Albans: -1.11 St. Helens: 1.19 Stafford: -0.33 Staffordshire Moorlands: -0.72 Stevenage: 1.42 Stockport: 0.15 Stockton-on-Tees: 0.79 Stoke-on-Trent: 0.22 Stratford-on-Avon: -0.34 Stroud: -0.54 Sunderland: 1.72 Surrey Heath: -0.93 Sutton: -0.48 Swale: 2.03 Swindon: 0.01 Tameside: 0.33 Tamworth: 0.53 Tandridge: -0.66 Teignbridge: 1.14 Telford and Wrekin: 0.75 Tendring: 2.50 Test Valley: -0.21 Tewkesbury: -0.69 Thanet: 2.79 Three Rivers: -1.36 Thurrock: -1.01 Tonbridge and Malling: 0.18 Torbay: 2.47 Torridge: 1.35 Tower Hamlets: -1.02 Trafford: -0.97 Tunbridge Wells: -0.55 Uttlesford: -1.42 Vale of White Horse: -0.28 Wakefield: 0.28 Walsall: -0.33 Waltham Forest: -1.80 Wandsworth: -1.36 Warrington: -0.36 Warwick: -0.24 Watford: -1.64 Waverley: -0.44 Wealden: 0.04 Welwyn Hatfield: -0.26 West Berkshire: -0.22 West Devon: 1.18 West Lancashire: 0.66 West Lindsey: 1.18 West Northamptonshire: -0.60 West Oxfordshire: -0.27 West Suffolk: -0.39 Westminster: -1.35 Wigan: 0.31 Wiltshire: 0.39 Winchester: -0.01 Windsor and Maidenhead: -1.46 Wirral: 2.47 Woking: -0.56 Wokingham: -1.12 Wolverhampton: -0.73 Worcester: 0.65 Worthing: 0.54 Wychavon: -0.05 Wyre: 0.08 Wyre Forest: 0.58 York: 0.93

Ranked Local Authorities

The chart below shows the local authorities with the highest scores for this dataset. High scores indicate that there is a higher than average number of young people with this characteristic within that local authority.

Standardised score
0123County DurhamLewesCanterburyBrighton and HovePlymouthWirralTorbayIsle of WightTendringNorwichThanetLincolnSunderlandBlackpoolDoverHastingsEast LindseySwaleGreat YarmouthFolkestone and HytheLincoln
Standardised score 2.9
Thanet
Standardised score 2.8
Norwich
Standardised score 2.7
Tendring
Standardised score 2.5
Isle of Wight
Standardised score 2.5
Torbay
Standardised score 2.5
Wirral
Standardised score 2.5
Plymouth
Standardised score 2.4
Brighton and Hove
Standardised score 2.2
Canterbury
Standardised score 2.2
Folkestone and Hythe
Standardised score 2.2
Great Yarmouth
Standardised score 2.2
Swale
Standardised score 2.0
East Lindsey
Standardised score 2.0
Hastings
Standardised score 2.0
Dover
Standardised score 1.8
Blackpool
Standardised score 1.8
Sunderland
Standardised score 1.7
Lewes
Standardised score 1.7
County Durham
Standardised score 1.6

Combined Authorities

The table below shows the local authority data above, grouped by their combined authority. Higher values indicate local authority areas where young people have a higher likelihood of being NEET.

Combined AuthorityLocal Authority NameValue
Greater ManchesterBolton-0.69
Bury0.04
Manchester0.20
Oldham-0.25
Rochdale0.06
Salford0.33
Stockport0.15
Tameside0.33
Trafford-0.97
Wigan0.31
Liverpool City RegionHalton0.97
Wirral2.47
St. Helens1.19
Sefton1.17
Knowsley0.85
Liverpool1.36
North EastSunderland1.72
Gateshead0.58
County Durham1.62
South Tyneside1.27
West MidlandsBirmingham-0.23
Coventry-0.21
Dudley0.05
Solihull0.67
Walsall-0.33
Wolverhampton-0.73
Sandwell-1.11
West YorkshireWakefield0.28
Bradford-0.70
Calderdale-0.44
Kirklees-0.81
Leeds-0.37

Economic Inactivity (NEET)

The map shows the likelihood of young people ending up not in employment, education or training. The values are standardised to show divergence from the average, with lighter colours being higher and darker colours being lower. Higher scores are indicative of a higher chance of a young person being NEET. Hover over the hexes to see the standardised score.

most likely
least likely
Hexmap Adur: 0.36 Allerdale: 0.48 Amber Valley: 0.24 Arun: -0.14 Ashfield: 0.94 Ashford: 0.51 Babergh: -0.29 Barking and Dagenham: 1.11 Barnet: 0.05 Barnsley: 1.45 Barrow-in-Furness: 1.11 Basildon: 0.92 Basingstoke and Deane: -0.34 Bassetlaw: 0.19 Bath and North East Somerset: -2.13 Bedford: -0.01 Bexley: -0.09 Birmingham: 1.17 Blaby: -0.81 Blackburn with Darwen: 0.94 Blackpool: 3.12 Bolsover: 0.59 Bolton: 1.15 Boston: 0.38 Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole: -0.64 Bracknell Forest: -0.74 Bradford: 1.73 Braintree: -0.25 Breckland: 0.35 Brent: 0.28 Brentwood: -0.68 Brighton and Hove: -1.17 Bristol, City of: -1.40 Broadland: -0.56 Bromley: -0.23 Bromsgrove: -0.98 Broxbourne: 0.18 Broxtowe: -0.68 Buckinghamshire: -0.63 Burnley: 1.96 Bury: 0.51 Calderdale: 0.96 Cambridge: -1.90 Camden: -0.91 Cannock Chase: 0.83 Canterbury: -1.06 Carlisle: 0.20 Castle Point: -0.04 Central Bedfordshire: -0.64 Charnwood: -1.48 Chelmsford: -0.83 Cheltenham: -0.82 Cherwell: -0.34 Cheshire East: -0.68 Cheshire West and Chester: -0.32 Chesterfield: 1.19 Chichester: -0.72 Chorley: -0.44 City of London: -2.58 Colchester: -0.59 Copeland: 0.36 Cornwall: 0.18 Cotswold: -0.99 County Durham: 0.81 Coventry: -0.33 Craven: -1.34 Crawley: 0.80 Croydon: 0.71 Dacorum: -0.24 Darlington: 1.28 Dartford: 0.29 Derby: 0.91 Derbyshire Dales: -0.86 Doncaster: 1.87 Dorset: -0.16 Dover: 1.23 Dudley: 1.23 Ealing: 0.07 East Cambridgeshire: -0.93 East Devon: -0.59 East Hampshire: -0.94 East Hertfordshire: -0.77 East Lindsey: 2.17 East Riding of Yorkshire: -0.64 East Staffordshire: -0.15 East Suffolk: 0.48 Eastbourne: 0.70 Eastleigh: -0.87 Eden: -1.29 Elmbridge: -0.92 Enfield: 1.12 Epping Forest: -0.06 Epsom and Ewell: -1.18 Erewash: 0.64 Exeter: -2.38 Fareham: -1.26 Fenland: 1.26 Folkestone and Hythe: 1.33 Forest of Dean: 0.21 Fylde: -0.52 Gateshead: 1.67 Gedling: 0.11 Gloucester: -0.13 Gosport: 0.96 Gravesham: 1.45 Great Yarmouth: 2.28 Greenwich: 1.19 Guildford: -2.03 Hackney: 0.67 Halton: 1.23 Hambleton: -0.78 Hammersmith and Fulham: -0.93 Harborough: -1.43 Haringey: 1.32 Harlow: 0.94 Harrogate: -1.18 Harrow: -0.34 Hart: -1.34 Hartlepool: 2.28 Hastings: 2.12 Havant: 0.21 Havering: 0.31 Herefordshire, County of: -0.01 Hertsmere: -0.30 High Peak: -0.02 Hillingdon: 0.14 Hinckley and Bosworth: -0.61 Horsham: -0.93 Hounslow: 0.28 Huntingdonshire: -0.65 Hyndburn: 1.22 Ipswich: 0.80 Isle of Wight: 0.98 Islington: 0.29 Kensington and Chelsea: -0.79 King's Lynn and West Norfolk: 0.87 Kingston upon Hull, City of: 1.22 Kingston upon Thames: -1.14 Kirklees: 0.32 Knowsley: 2.29 Lambeth: -0.42 Lancaster: -1.05 Leeds: -0.72 Leicester: 0.06 Lewes: 0.70 Lewisham: 1.10 Lichfield: -0.65 Lincoln: -1.00 Liverpool: -0.11 Luton: 0.89 Maidstone: 0.08 Maldon: -0.45 Malvern Hills: 0.21 Manchester: -0.25 Mansfield: 1.25 Medway: 0.92 Melton: -0.91 Mendip: -0.35 Merton: -0.13 Mid Devon: -0.36 Mid Suffolk: -0.77 Mid Sussex: -0.94 Middlesbrough: 1.82 Milton Keynes: 0.02 Mole Valley: -0.97 New Forest: -0.42 Newark and Sherwood: 0.12 Newcastle upon Tyne: -0.79 Newcastle-under-Lyme: -0.62 Newham: 0.77 North Devon: 0.55 North East Derbyshire: 0.47 North East Lincolnshire: 1.86 North Hertfordshire: -0.25 North Kesteven: -0.85 North Lincolnshire: 0.89 North Norfolk: 0.98 North Northamptonshire: 0.08 North Somerset: -0.71 North Tyneside: 0.87 North Warwickshire: -0.21 North West Leicestershire: -0.82 Northumberland: 1.46 Norwich: -0.73 Nottingham: -1.03 Nuneaton and Bedworth: 0.76 Oadby and Wigston: -0.62 Oldham: 1.87 Oxford: -1.90 Pendle: 0.91 Peterborough: 1.28 Plymouth: -0.34 Portsmouth: -0.93 Preston: -0.23 Reading: -0.81 Redbridge: 0.04 Redcar and Cleveland: 2.05 Redditch: 0.36 Reigate and Banstead: -0.62 Ribble Valley: -2.01 Richmond upon Thames: -0.79 Richmondshire: -0.44 Rochdale: 1.46 Rochford: -0.69 Rossendale: 0.68 Rother: 0.83 Rotherham: 1.44 Rugby: -0.78 Runnymede: -1.48 Rushcliffe: -1.72 Rushmoor: -0.11 Rutland: -0.85 Ryedale: -0.68 Salford: 0.44 Sandwell: 1.91 Scarborough: 1.20 Sedgemoor: 0.09 Sefton: 0.84 Selby: -0.67 Sevenoaks: -0.42 Sheffield: -0.30 Shropshire: -0.13 Slough: 0.38 Solihull: 0.15 Somerset West and Taunton: -0.17 South Cambridgeshire: -1.19 South Derbyshire: -0.81 South Gloucestershire: -1.39 South Hams: -0.49 South Holland: 0.32 South Kesteven: -0.16 South Lakeland: -1.36 South Norfolk: -0.72 South Oxfordshire: -0.98 South Ribble: -0.74 South Somerset: -0.03 South Staffordshire: -0.46 South Tyneside: 1.72 Southampton: -0.63 Southend-on-Sea: 1.18 Southwark: -0.23 Spelthorne: 0.16 St Albans: -1.15 St. Helens: 1.35 Stafford: -0.61 Staffordshire Moorlands: -1.26 Stevenage: 0.28 Stockport: 0.22 Stockton-on-Tees: 1.42 Stoke-on-Trent: 1.04 Stratford-on-Avon: -1.00 Stroud: -0.79 Sunderland: 1.53 Surrey Heath: -1.14 Sutton: -0.29 Swale: 1.73 Swindon: 0.05 Tameside: 1.10 Tamworth: 0.72 Tandridge: -0.33 Teignbridge: -0.26 Telford and Wrekin: 1.01 Tendring: 1.74 Test Valley: -0.91 Tewkesbury: -0.65 Thanet: 2.22 Three Rivers: -0.70 Thurrock: 0.33 Tonbridge and Malling: -0.39 Torbay: 1.02 Torridge: 0.65 Tower Hamlets: -0.21 Trafford: -0.62 Tunbridge Wells: -0.29 Uttlesford: -1.13 Vale of White Horse: -0.87 Wakefield: 1.00 Walsall: 2.28 Waltham Forest: 0.91 Wandsworth: -0.87 Warrington: -0.25 Warwick: -1.86 Watford: -0.39 Waverley: -1.34 Wealden: -0.43 Welwyn Hatfield: -1.31 West Berkshire: -0.64 West Devon: -0.26 West Lancashire: -0.88 West Lindsey: 0.31 West Northamptonshire: -0.56 West Oxfordshire: -0.69 West Suffolk: -0.28 Westminster: -0.94 Wigan: 0.54 Wiltshire: -0.33 Winchester: -1.69 Windsor and Maidenhead: -0.68 Wirral: 1.08 Woking: -0.67 Wokingham: -1.22 Wolverhampton: 2.03 Worcester: -0.42 Worthing: -0.12 Wychavon: -0.42 Wyre: 0.26 Wyre Forest: 0.84 York: -2.12

Ranked Local Authorities

The chart below shows the local authorities with the highest scores for this dataset. High scores indicate that there is a higher than average number of young people with this characteristic within that local authority.

Standardised score
01234South TynesideBradfordWolverhamptonRedcar and ClevelandHastingsEast LindseyThanetHartlepoolGreat YarmouthWalsallKnowsleyBlackpoolSwaleTendringMiddlesbroughNorth East LincolnshireOldhamDoncasterSandwellBurnleyBlackpool
Standardised score 3.1
Knowsley
Standardised score 2.3
Walsall
Standardised score 2.3
Great Yarmouth
Standardised score 2.3
Hartlepool
Standardised score 2.3
Thanet
Standardised score 2.2
East Lindsey
Standardised score 2.2
Hastings
Standardised score 2.1
Redcar and Cleveland
Standardised score 2.0
Wolverhampton
Standardised score 2.0
Burnley
Standardised score 2.0
Sandwell
Standardised score 1.9
Doncaster
Standardised score 1.9
Oldham
Standardised score 1.9
North East Lincolnshire
Standardised score 1.9
Middlesbrough
Standardised score 1.8
Tendring
Standardised score 1.7
Swale
Standardised score 1.7
Bradford
Standardised score 1.7
South Tyneside
Standardised score 1.7

Combined Authorities

The table below shows the local authority data above, grouped by their combined authority. Higher values indicate local authority areas where young people have a higher likelihood of being NEET.

Combined AuthorityLocal Authority NameValue
Greater ManchesterBolton1.15
Bury0.51
Manchester-0.25
Oldham1.87
Rochdale1.46
Salford0.44
Stockport0.22
Tameside1.10
Trafford-0.62
Wigan0.54
Liverpool City RegionHalton1.23
Wirral1.08
St. Helens1.35
Sefton0.84
Knowsley2.29
Liverpool-0.11
North EastSunderland1.53
Gateshead1.67
County Durham0.81
South Tyneside1.72
West MidlandsBirmingham1.17
Coventry-0.33
Dudley1.23
Solihull0.15
Walsall2.28
Wolverhampton2.03
Sandwell1.91
West YorkshireWakefield1.00
Bradford1.73
Calderdale0.96
Kirklees0.32
Leeds-0.72

Fertility Rates (aged 20-24)

The map shows the likelihood of young people ending up not in employment, education or training. The values are standardised to show divergence from the average, with lighter colours being higher and darker colours being lower. Higher scores are indicative of a higher chance of a young person being NEET. Hover over the hexes to see the standardised score.

most likely
least likely
Hexmap Adur: -0.56 Allerdale: 0.51 Amber Valley: 0.40 Arun: 0.16 Ashfield: 1.71 Ashford: 0.73 Babergh: 0.24 Barking and Dagenham: 1.12 Barnet: -0.71 Barnsley: 1.64 Barrow-in-Furness: 1.45 Basildon: 0.99 Basingstoke and Deane: -0.01 Bassetlaw: 1.28 Bath and North East Somerset: -1.81 Bedford: 0.00 Bexley: -0.62 Birmingham: -0.25 Blaby: -0.16 Blackburn with Darwen: 1.19 Blackpool: 1.89 Bolsover: 1.50 Bolton: 0.84 Boston: 2.49 Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole: -1.21 Bracknell Forest: 0.07 Bradford: 1.02 Braintree: 0.30 Breckland: 1.11 Brent: -0.01 Brentwood: -0.75 Brighton and Hove: -2.02 Bristol, City of: -1.62 Broadland: -0.19 Bromley: -0.88 Bromsgrove: -0.26 Broxbourne: -0.28 Broxtowe: -0.98 Buckinghamshire: -0.69 Burnley: 1.36 Bury: 0.42 Calderdale: 0.93 Cambridge: -2.14 Camden: -1.97 Cannock Chase: 1.35 Canterbury: -1.46 Carlisle: 0.34 Castle Point: 0.28 Central Bedfordshire: 0.18 Charnwood: -1.23 Chelmsford: -0.52 Cheltenham: -1.08 Cherwell: 0.23 Cheshire East: -0.19 Cheshire West and Chester: -0.42 Chesterfield: 1.02 Chichester: -0.55 Chorley: 0.54 City of London: -2.72 Colchester: -0.88 Copeland: 0.58 Cornwall: -0.16 Cotswold: -0.92 County Durham: 0.19 Coventry: -0.62 Craven: -0.83 Crawley: 1.13 Croydon: -0.07 Dacorum: -0.24 Darlington: 1.14 Dartford: 0.69 Derby: 0.20 Derbyshire Dales: -0.53 Doncaster: 2.07 Dorset: -0.11 Dover: 0.92 Dudley: 0.94 Ealing: -0.72 East Cambridgeshire: -0.21 East Devon: 0.06 East Hampshire: -0.39 East Hertfordshire: -1.08 East Lindsey: 1.59 East Riding of Yorkshire: -0.09 East Staffordshire: 0.78 East Suffolk: 0.24 Eastbourne: 0.14 Eastleigh: 0.09 Eden: -0.50 Elmbridge: -1.15 Enfield: 0.19 Epping Forest: -0.64 Epsom and Ewell: -1.20 Erewash: 0.13 Exeter: -1.89 Fareham: -0.71 Fenland: 2.09 Folkestone and Hythe: 1.18 Forest of Dean: 0.61 Fylde: -0.17 Gateshead: 0.72 Gedling: -0.50 Gloucester: 0.33 Gosport: 1.28 Gravesham: 0.82 Great Yarmouth: 1.51 Greenwich: -0.49 Guildford: -1.78 Hackney: 0.79 Halton: 1.31 Hambleton: -0.29 Hammersmith and Fulham: -1.94 Harborough: -0.53 Haringey: -0.37 Harlow: 1.00 Harrogate: -0.65 Harrow: 0.30 Hart: -0.82 Hartlepool: 1.20 Hastings: 1.40 Havant: 0.60 Havering: -0.33 Herefordshire, County of: 0.11 Hertsmere: -0.43 High Peak: -0.30 Hillingdon: -0.29 Hinckley and Bosworth: 0.35 Horsham: -0.55 Hounslow: -0.35 Huntingdonshire: 0.01 Hyndburn: 1.45 Ipswich: 1.45 Isle of Wight: 0.60 Isles of Scilly: -1.41 Islington: -1.78 Kensington and Chelsea: -2.18 King's Lynn and West Norfolk: 1.22 Kingston upon Hull, City of: 1.21 Kingston upon Thames: -1.79 Kirklees: 0.34 Knowsley: 1.28 Lambeth: -1.69 Lancaster: -0.75 Leeds: -0.96 Leicester: -0.63 Lewes: -0.01 Lewisham: -0.72 Lichfield: 0.29 Lincoln: -1.11 Liverpool: -1.19 Luton: 0.65 Maidstone: 0.92 Maldon: -0.53 Malvern Hills: -0.62 Manchester: -1.13 Mansfield: 1.52 Medway: 0.66 Melton: 0.19 Mendip: 0.39 Merton: -0.89 Mid Devon: 0.25 Mid Suffolk: -0.25 Mid Sussex: -0.59 Middlesbrough: 1.33 Milton Keynes: 0.11 Mole Valley: -0.93 New Forest: -0.54 Newark and Sherwood: 1.18 Newcastle upon Tyne: -1.29 Newcastle-under-Lyme: -0.34 Newham: 0.04 North Devon: 0.59 North East Derbyshire: 0.27 North East Lincolnshire: 2.09 North Hertfordshire: -0.70 North Kesteven: 0.36 North Lincolnshire: 1.85 North Norfolk: -0.21 North Northamptonshire: 0.79 North Somerset: -0.16 North Tyneside: 0.15 North Warwickshire: 1.05 North West Leicestershire: -0.39 Northumberland: 0.88 Norwich: -1.42 Nottingham: -1.41 Nuneaton and Bedworth: 1.28 Oadby and Wigston: -0.75 Oldham: 1.66 Oxford: -2.22 Pendle: 1.65 Peterborough: 1.30 Plymouth: -0.52 Portsmouth: -0.96 Preston: 0.00 Reading: -1.16 Redbridge: 0.16 Redcar and Cleveland: 1.48 Redditch: 0.58 Reigate and Banstead: -0.99 Ribble Valley: -1.18 Richmond upon Thames: -1.74 Richmondshire: 1.15 Rochdale: 1.29 Rochford: -0.83 Rossendale: 1.04 Rother: -0.02 Rotherham: 1.53 Rugby: 0.66 Runnymede: -1.66 Rushcliffe: -1.36 Rushmoor: 0.62 Rutland: -0.85 Ryedale: -0.52 Salford: -0.05 Sandwell: 1.65 Scarborough: 1.43 Sedgemoor: 0.57 Sefton: -0.28 Selby: 0.72 Sevenoaks: -0.60 Sheffield: -0.96 Shropshire: -0.03 Slough: 0.72 Solihull: -0.27 Somerset West and Taunton: 0.37 South Cambridgeshire: -0.56 South Derbyshire: 1.00 South Gloucestershire: -0.78 South Hams: -0.75 South Holland: 2.14 South Kesteven: 0.28 South Lakeland: -0.37 South Norfolk: -0.04 South Oxfordshire: -0.69 South Ribble: 0.44 South Somerset: 0.38 South Staffordshire: 0.19 South Tyneside: 1.18 Southampton: -1.00 Southend-on-Sea: 0.06 Southwark: -1.76 Spelthorne: -0.34 St Albans: -1.31 St. Helens: 0.79 Stafford: 0.10 Staffordshire Moorlands: 0.16 Stevenage: 0.20 Stockport: -0.29 Stockton-on-Tees: 1.00 Stoke-on-Trent: 1.18 Stratford-on-Avon: -0.12 Stroud: -0.56 Sunderland: 0.69 Surrey Heath: -0.90 Sutton: -0.22 Swale: 1.89 Swindon: 0.20 Tameside: 0.83 Tamworth: 1.43 Tandridge: -0.40 Teignbridge: 0.14 Telford and Wrekin: 1.34 Tendring: 1.53 Test Valley: 0.03 Tewkesbury: -0.22 Thanet: 1.17 Three Rivers: -0.92 Thurrock: 0.67 Tonbridge and Malling: -0.03 Torbay: 0.80 Torridge: 0.92 Tower Hamlets: -1.35 Trafford: -0.89 Tunbridge Wells: -0.01 Uttlesford: -1.29 Vale of White Horse: -0.26 Wakefield: 1.42 Walsall: 1.84 Waltham Forest: -0.27 Wandsworth: -1.92 Warrington: -0.14 Warwick: -1.48 Watford: -0.32 Waverley: -1.35 Wealden: -0.57 Welwyn Hatfield: -1.45 West Berkshire: -0.53 West Devon: -0.09 West Lancashire: -0.93 West Lindsey: 0.53 West Northamptonshire: 0.01 West Oxfordshire: -0.44 West Suffolk: 0.50 Westminster: -2.11 Wigan: 0.80 Wiltshire: 0.11 Winchester: -1.66 Windsor and Maidenhead: -1.09 Wirral: 0.62 Woking: -0.88 Wokingham: -1.18 Wolverhampton: 1.45 Worcester: -0.96 Worthing: -0.75 Wychavon: 0.00 Wyre: -0.01 Wyre Forest: 0.58 York: -1.82

Ranked Local Authorities

The chart below shows the local authorities with the highest scores for this dataset. High scores indicate that there is a higher than average number of young people with this characteristic within that local authority.

Standardised score
0123BolsoverGreat YarmouthAshfieldWalsallNorth LincolnshireSwaleBlackpoolDoncasterNorth East LincolnshireFenlandSouth HollandBostonMansfieldRotherhamTendringEast LindseyBarnsleySandwellPendleOldhamBoston
Standardised score 2.5
South Holland
Standardised score 2.1
Fenland
Standardised score 2.1
North East Lincolnshire
Standardised score 2.1
Doncaster
Standardised score 2.1
Blackpool
Standardised score 1.9
Swale
Standardised score 1.9
North Lincolnshire
Standardised score 1.9
Walsall
Standardised score 1.8
Ashfield
Standardised score 1.7
Oldham
Standardised score 1.7
Pendle
Standardised score 1.7
Sandwell
Standardised score 1.6
Barnsley
Standardised score 1.6
East Lindsey
Standardised score 1.6
Tendring
Standardised score 1.5
Rotherham
Standardised score 1.5
Mansfield
Standardised score 1.5
Great Yarmouth
Standardised score 1.5
Bolsover
Standardised score 1.5

Combined Authorities

The table below shows the local authority data above, grouped by their combined authority. Higher values indicate local authority areas where young people have a higher likelihood of being NEET.

Combined AuthorityLocal Authority NameValue
Greater ManchesterBolton0.84
Bury0.42
Manchester-1.13
Oldham1.66
Rochdale1.29
Salford-0.05
Stockport-0.29
Tameside0.83
Trafford-0.89
Wigan0.80
Liverpool City RegionHalton1.31
Wirral0.62
St. Helens0.79
Sefton-0.28
Knowsley1.28
Liverpool-1.19
North EastSunderland0.69
Gateshead0.72
County Durham0.19
South Tyneside1.18
West MidlandsBirmingham-0.25
Coventry-0.62
Dudley0.94
Solihull-0.27
Walsall1.84
Wolverhampton1.45
Sandwell1.65
West YorkshireWakefield1.42
Bradford1.02
Calderdale0.93
Kirklees0.34
Leeds-0.96