Unemployment

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Employment by English Constituency

24%
18%
12%
6%
0%
Hexmap Aldershot: 14.1% Aldridge-Brownhills: 14.0% Altrincham and Sale West: 10.2% Amber Valley: 15.1% Arundel and South Downs: 10.1% Ashfield: 16.4% Ashford: 14.9% Ashton-under-Lyne: 17.6% Aylesbury: 14.2% Banbury: 13.0% Barking: 16.5% Barnsley Central: 16.3% Barnsley East: 18.9% Barrow and Furness: 15.0% Basildon and Billericay: 15.6% Basingstoke: 13.3% Bassetlaw: 15.2% Bath: 4.6% Batley and Spen: 15.0% Battersea: 9.8% Beaconsfield: 10.8% Beckenham: 10.8% Bedford: 15.1% Bermondsey and Old Southwark: 9.3% Berwick-upon-Tweed: 17.5% Bethnal Green and Bow: 11.2% Beverley and Holderness: 11.8% Bexhill and Battle: 14.6% Bexleyheath and Crayford: 13.3% Birkenhead: 21.4% Birmingham, Edgbaston: 11.8% Birmingham, Erdington: 22.2% Birmingham, Hall Green: 16.5% Birmingham, Hodge Hill: 19.9% Birmingham, Ladywood: 11.6% Birmingham, Northfield: 19.8% Birmingham, Perry Barr: 18.1% Birmingham, Selly Oak: 7.9% Birmingham, Yardley: 19.5% Bishop Auckland: 19.4% Blackburn: 16.2% Blackley and Broughton: 17.4% Blackpool North and Cleveleys: 19.5% Blackpool South: 22.6% Blaydon: 16.1% Blyth Valley: 19.5% Bognor Regis and Littlehampton: 13.5% Bolsover: 15.3% Bolton North East: 18.8% Bolton South East: 16.5% Bolton West: 13.5% Bootle: 21.0% Boston and Skegness: 17.3% Bosworth: 11.6% Bournemouth East: 11.4% Bournemouth West: 7.2% Bracknell: 11.4% Bradford East: 20.5% Bradford South: 18.8% Bradford West: 18.7% Braintree: 12.7% Brent Central: 13.9% Brent North: 12.9% Brentford and Isleworth: 13.3% Brentwood and Ongar: 11.6% Bridgwater and West Somerset: 13.9% Brigg and Goole: 14.0% Brighton, Kemptown: 11.0% Brighton, Pavilion: 6.3% Bristol East: 10.8% Bristol North West: 9.5% Bristol South: 15.1% Bristol West: 4.4% Broadland: 12.7% Bromley and Chislehurst: 13.6% Bromsgrove: 10.9% Broxbourne: 13.4% Broxtowe: 9.5% Buckingham: 9.6% Burnley: 18.6% Burton: 14.0% Bury North: 14.8% Bury South: 14.7% Bury St Edmunds: 11.7% Calder Valley: 13.6% Camberwell and Peckham: 14.4% Camborne and Redruth: 12.7% Cambridge: 4.1% Cannock Chase: 15.5% Canterbury: 6.5% Carlisle: 13.6% Carshalton and Wallington: 13.1% Castle Point: 13.1% Central Devon: 11.9% Central Suffolk and North Ipswich: 10.6% Charnwood: 10.7% Chatham and Aylesford: 16.5% Cheadle: 10.4% Chelmsford: 11.7% Chelsea and Fulham: 8.9% Cheltenham: 9.9% Chesham and Amersham: 10.0% Chesterfield: 16.4% Chichester: 10.3% Chingford and Woodford Green: 14.5% Chippenham: 11.3% Chipping Barnet: 13.8% Chorley: 12.7% Christchurch: 11.9% Cities of London and Westminster: 6.8% City of Chester: 9.9% City of Durham: 5.3% Clacton: 20.6% Cleethorpes: 13.4% Colchester: 11.0% Colne Valley: 12.3% Congleton: 9.8% Copeland: 13.7% Corby: 12.7% Coventry North East: 15.1% Coventry North West: 12.4% Coventry South: 6.2% Crawley: 15.6% Crewe and Nantwich: 14.5% Croydon Central: 15.5% Croydon North: 17.0% Croydon South: 13.0% Dagenham and Rainham: 15.8% Darlington: 17.6% Dartford: 14.1% Daventry: 11.7% Denton and Reddish: 15.7% Derby North: 10.8% Derby South: 19.7% Derbyshire Dales: 11.3% Devizes: 12.7% Dewsbury: 14.2% Don Valley: 18.4% Doncaster Central: 19.4% Doncaster North: 21.0% Dover: 16.9% Dudley North: 18.9% Dudley South: 17.2% Dulwich and West Norwood: 14.0% Ealing Central and Acton: 11.0% Ealing North: 14.3% Ealing, Southall: 13.8% Easington: 20.5% East Devon: 11.5% East Ham: 15.1% East Hampshire: 11.0% East Surrey: 12.1% East Worthing and Shoreham: 13.3% East Yorkshire: 13.2% Eastbourne: 14.7% Eastleigh: 11.5% Eddisbury: 11.8% Edmonton: 17.9% Ellesmere Port and Neston: 13.8% Elmet and Rothwell: 12.1% Eltham: 16.5% Enfield North: 15.4% Enfield, Southgate: 14.9% Epping Forest: 13.5% Epsom and Ewell: 9.7% Erewash: 15.6% Erith and Thamesmead: 19.2% Esher and Walton: 10.8% Exeter: 4.8% Fareham: 10.1% Faversham and Mid Kent: 14.6% Feltham and Heston: 15.9% Filton and Bradley Stoke: 7.1% Finchley and Golders Green: 12.9% Folkestone and Hythe: 17.8% Forest of Dean: 12.4% Fylde: 11.9% Gainsborough: 14.2% Garston and Halewood: 16.2% Gateshead: 17.9% Gedling: 13.9% Gillingham and Rainham: 14.1% Gloucester: 12.8% Gosport: 14.6% Grantham and Stamford: 13.3% Gravesham: 17.2% Great Grimsby: 21.8% Great Yarmouth: 19.5% Greenwich and Woolwich: 14.3% Guildford: 5.2% Hackney North and Stoke Newington: 14.9% Hackney South and Shoreditch: 14.8% Halesowen and Rowley Regis: 16.4% Halifax: 17.7% Haltemprice and Howden: 9.7% Halton: 16.8% Hammersmith: 11.5% Hampstead and Kilburn: 11.1% Harborough: 9.7% Harlow: 15.2% Harrogate and Knaresborough: 8.9% Harrow East: 12.6% Harrow West: 11.8% Hartlepool: 19.4% Harwich and North Essex: 11.4% Hastings and Rye: 18.5% Havant: 14.7% Hayes and Harlington: 14.9% Hazel Grove: 12.8% Hemel Hempstead: 13.7% Hemsworth: 17.2% Hendon: 13.2% Henley: 10.2% Hereford and South Herefordshire: 13.4% Hertford and Stortford: 11.1% Hertsmere: 12.6% Hexham: 11.9% Heywood and Middleton: 17.5% High Peak: 13.2% Hitchin and Harpenden: 10.4% Holborn and St Pancras: 8.6% Hornchurch and Upminster: 13.1% Hornsey and Wood Green: 15.4% Horsham: 10.0% Houghton and Sunderland South: 17.3% Hove: 13.0% Huddersfield: 12.3% Huntingdon: 11.9% Hyndburn: 16.6% Ilford North: 12.7% Ilford South: 14.4% Ipswich: 15.3% Isle of Wight: 16.7% Islington North: 14.2% Islington South and Finsbury: 11.9% Jarrow: 15.7% Keighley: 13.9% Kenilworth and Southam: 6.5% Kensington: 11.8% Kettering: 13.9% Kingston and Surbiton: 9.1% Kingston upon Hull East: 18.1% Kingston upon Hull North: 13.3% Kingston upon Hull West and Hessle: 18.3% Kingswood: 10.2% Knowsley: 20.2% Lancaster and Fleetwood: 6.9% Leeds Central: 7.7% Leeds East: 18.9% Leeds North East: 12.6% Leeds North West: 4.2% Leeds West: 15.5% Leicester East: 14.5% Leicester South: 8.3% Leicester West: 13.6% Leigh: 14.7% Lewes: 14.5% Lewisham East: 17.1% Lewisham West and Penge: 16.6% Lewisham, Deptford: 14.4% Leyton and Wanstead: 15.1% Lichfield: 10.9% Lincoln: 8.1% Liverpool, Riverside: 5.0% Liverpool, Walton: 19.6% Liverpool, Wavertree: 9.6% Liverpool, West Derby: 18.5% Loughborough: 5.7% Louth and Horncastle: 16.9% Ludlow: 13.0% Luton North: 14.6% Luton South: 15.9% Macclesfield: 10.3% Maidenhead: 11.0% Maidstone and The Weald: 14.1% Makerfield: 15.3% Maldon: 11.4% Manchester Central: 8.1% Manchester, Gorton: 9.7% Manchester, Withington: 7.5% Mansfield: 16.7% Meon Valley: 10.4% Meriden: 16.1% Mid Bedfordshire: 9.3% Mid Derbyshire: 10.1% Mid Dorset and North Poole: 9.9% Mid Norfolk: 13.3% Mid Sussex: 10.9% Mid Worcestershire: 12.6% Middlesbrough: 17.8% Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland: 17.2% Milton Keynes North: 13.4% Milton Keynes South: 14.0% Mitcham and Morden: 14.6% Mole Valley: 10.2% Morecambe and Lunesdale: 14.8% Morley and Outwood: 11.7% New Forest East: 12.6% New Forest West: 11.4% Newark: 13.1% Newbury: 11.5% Newcastle upon Tyne Central: 10.8% Newcastle upon Tyne East: 5.4% Newcastle upon Tyne North: 14.4% Newcastle-under-Lyme: 9.1% Newton Abbot: 13.7% Normanton, Pontefract and Castleford: 17.1% North Cornwall: 15.3% North Devon: 14.6% North Dorset: 10.8% North Durham: 17.7% North East Bedfordshire: 10.6% North East Cambridgeshire: 16.4% North East Derbyshire: 14.5% North East Hampshire: 9.1% North East Hertfordshire: 12.1% North East Somerset: 9.0% North Herefordshire: 12.9% North Norfolk: 16.3% North Shropshire: 12.8% North Somerset: 9.0% North Swindon: 12.8% North Thanet: 17.1% North Tyneside: 17.3% North Warwickshire: 13.5% North West Cambridgeshire: 12.8% North West Durham: 17.9% North West Hampshire: 11.6% North West Leicestershire: 10.9% North West Norfolk: 16.1% North Wiltshire: 11.0% Northampton North: 12.9% Northampton South: 12.1% Norwich North: 15.6% Norwich South: 7.9% Nottingham East: 8.2% Nottingham North: 19.8% Nottingham South: 4.2% Nuneaton: 15.5% Old Bexley and Sidcup: 10.6% Oldham East and Saddleworth: 18.5% Oldham West and Royton: 18.5% Orpington: 12.0% Oxford East: 4.6% Oxford West and Abingdon: 6.8% Pendle: 15.7% Penistone and Stocksbridge: 12.5% Penrith and The Border: 10.3% Peterborough: 19.3% Plymouth, Moor View: 16.0% Plymouth, Sutton and Devonport: 8.8% Poole: 14.3% Poplar and Limehouse: 12.4% Portsmouth North: 13.2% Portsmouth South: 7.3% Preston: 11.7% Pudsey: 9.9% Putney: 10.6% Rayleigh and Wickford: 10.3% Reading East: 7.2% Reading West: 13.8% Redcar: 19.7% Redditch: 14.1% Reigate: 12.6% Ribble Valley: 8.9% Richmond (Yorks): 13.6% Richmond Park: 10.3% Rochdale: 17.1% Rochester and Strood: 15.7% Rochford and Southend East: 18.2% Romford: 14.9% Romsey and Southampton North: 6.7% Rossendale and Darwen: 14.7% Rother Valley: 14.3% Rotherham: 21.2% Rugby: 10.9% Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner: 12.1% Runnymede and Weybridge: 7.2% Rushcliffe: 7.9% Rutland and Melton: 11.3% Saffron Walden: 10.1% Salford and Eccles: 10.7% Salisbury: 12.0% Scarborough and Whitby: 16.3% Scunthorpe: 17.3% Sedgefield: 17.5% Sefton Central: 10.2% Selby and Ainsty: 10.7% Sevenoaks: 11.4% Sheffield Central: 4.6% Sheffield South East: 15.5% Sheffield, Brightside and Hillsborough: 21.0% Sheffield, Hallam: 5.3% Sheffield, Heeley: 18.3% Sherwood: 14.2% Shipley: 12.2% Shrewsbury and Atcham: 12.8% Sittingbourne and Sheppey: 19.6% Skipton and Ripon: 9.9% Sleaford and North Hykeham: 11.2% Slough: 14.5% Solihull: 10.7% Somerton and Frome: 12.4% South Basildon and East Thurrock: 15.2% South Cambridgeshire: 8.7% South Derbyshire: 11.0% South Dorset: 17.1% South East Cambridgeshire: 10.2% South East Cornwall: 13.7% South Holland and The Deepings: 13.5% South Leicestershire: 10.3% South Norfolk: 11.4% South Northamptonshire: 9.5% South Ribble: 11.9% South Shields: 20.0% South Staffordshire: 17.9% South Suffolk: 12.2% South Swindon: 14.3% South Thanet: 18.5% South West Bedfordshire: 13.6% South West Devon: 9.9% South West Hertfordshire: 10.8% South West Norfolk: 15.0% South West Surrey: 8.7% South West Wiltshire: 13.5% Southampton, Itchen: 10.6% Southampton, Test: 10.0% Southend West: 14.3% Southport: 14.0% Spelthorne: 13.9% St Albans: 10.9% St Austell and Newquay: 16.0% St Helens North: 17.1% St Helens South and Whiston: 17.4% St Ives: 15.1% Stafford: 12.2% Staffordshire Moorlands: 10.3% Stalybridge and Hyde: 15.9% Stevenage: 13.9% Stockport: 17.2% Stockton North: 21.5% Stockton South: 13.9% Stoke-on-Trent Central: 13.5% Stoke-on-Trent North: 17.1% Stoke-on-Trent South: 15.9% Stone: 9.8% Stourbridge: 14.5% Stratford-on-Avon: 10.9% Streatham: 12.6% Stretford and Urmston: 13.0% Stroud: 11.4% Suffolk Coastal: 13.7% Sunderland Central: 15.1% Surrey Heath: 10.3% Sutton Coldfield: 10.8% Sutton and Cheam: 11.7% Tamworth: 18.2% Tatton: 11.1% Taunton Deane: 11.9% Telford: 18.4% Tewkesbury: 11.0% The Cotswolds: 10.1% The Wrekin: 11.7% Thirsk and Malton: 11.3% Thornbury and Yate: 10.4% Thurrock: 15.2% Tiverton and Honiton: 12.1% Tonbridge and Malling: 11.6% Tooting: 11.0% Torbay: 16.3% Torridge and West Devon: 14.4% Totnes: 14.1% Tottenham: 16.9% Truro and Falmouth: 8.7% Tunbridge Wells: 12.3% Twickenham: 10.2% Tynemouth: 13.8% Uxbridge and South Ruislip: 10.2% Vauxhall: 10.1% Wakefield: 15.7% Wallasey: 17.4% Walsall North: 23.4% Walsall South: 19.0% Walthamstow: 15.7% Wansbeck: 20.3% Wantage: 11.3% Warley: 17.0% Warrington North: 15.5% Warrington South: 11.1% Warwick and Leamington: 8.4% Washington and Sunderland West: 18.3% Watford: 12.4% Waveney: 17.9% Wealden: 12.6% Weaver Vale: 13.4% Wellingborough: 13.9% Wells: 11.5% Welwyn Hatfield: 7.5% Wentworth and Dearne: 17.3% West Bromwich East: 19.1% West Bromwich West: 19.3% West Dorset: 12.9% West Ham: 14.7% West Lancashire: 8.2% West Suffolk: 13.8% West Worcestershire: 12.8% Westminster North: 13.2% Westmorland and Lonsdale: 8.9% Weston-Super-Mare: 13.0% Wigan: 15.0% Wimbledon: 10.6% Winchester: 7.0% Windsor: 9.6% Wirral South: 10.7% Wirral West: 12.2% Witham: 11.4% Witney: 10.9% Woking: 12.3% Wokingham: 8.3% Wolverhampton North East: 17.9% Wolverhampton South East: 19.9% Wolverhampton South West: 16.4% Worcester: 11.1% Workington: 15.4% Worsley and Eccles South: 18.8% Worthing West: 13.3% Wycombe: 11.9% Wyre Forest: 15.4% Wyre and Preston North: 7.9% Wythenshawe and Sale East: 18.5% Yeovil: 13.2% York Central: 6.2% York Outer: 4.9%

Economic statistics relating to employment for young people, by parliamentary consituency.

  • Employment
  • Unemployment
  • NEET
  • Economic inactivity

International Comparisons

<strong>Netherlands</strong>: 2020: 1st; 2021: 1st; 2022: 1stNetherlands111<strong>Iceland</strong>: 2020: 2nd; 2021: 2nd; 2022: 2ndIceland222<strong>Switzerland</strong>: 2020: 3rd; 2021: 4th; 2022: 5thSwitzerland345<strong>Australia</strong>: 2020: 4th; 2021: 3rd; 2022: 3rdAustralia433<strong>New Zealand</strong>: 2020: 5th; 2021: 5th; 2022: 4thNew Zealand554<strong>Denmark</strong>: 2020: 6th; 2021: 7th; 2022: 8thDenmark678<strong>United Kingdom</strong>: 2020: 7th; 2021: 9th; 2022: 9thUnited Kingdom799<strong>Austria</strong>: 2020: 8th; 2021: joint 10th; 2022: 10thAustria81010<strong>Canada</strong>: 2020: 9th; 2021: 6th; 2022: 6thCanada966<strong>Norway</strong>: 2020: 10th; 2021: 8th; 2022: 7thNorway1087<strong>Germany</strong>: 2020: 11th; 2021: 12th; 2022: 12thGermany111212<strong>Japan</strong>: 2020: 12th; 2021: 13th; 2022: 14thJapan121314<strong>United States</strong>: 2020: 13th; 2021: joint 10th; 2022: 11thUnited States131011<strong>Finland</strong>: 2020: 14th; 2021: 14th; 2022: 15thFinland141415<strong>Sweden</strong>: 2020: 15th; 2021: 17th; 2022: 16thSweden151716<strong>Israel</strong>: 2020: 16th; 2021: 18th; 2022: 17thIsrael161817<strong>Ireland</strong>: 2020: 17th; 2021: 15th; 2022: 13thIreland171513<strong>Estonia</strong>: 2020: 18th; 2021: 19th; 2022: 19thEstonia181919<strong>Colombia</strong>: 2020: 19th; 2021: 20th; 2022: 21stColombia192021<strong>Latvia</strong>: 2020: 20th; 2021: 26th; 2022: 25thLatvia202625<strong>Lithuania</strong>: 2020: 21st; 2021: 23rd; 2022: 24thLithuania212324<strong>Türkiye</strong>: 2020: 22nd; 2021: 21st; 2022: 20thTürkiye222120<strong>France</strong>: 2020: 23rd; 2021: 22nd; 2022: 22ndFrance232222<strong>Poland</strong>: 2020: 24th; 2021: 27th; 2022: 28thPoland242728<strong>Hungary</strong>: 2020: 25th; 2021: 28th; 2022: 29thHungary252829<strong>Russia</strong>: 2020: 26th; 2021: 31st; 2022: 0Russia2631<strong>Slovenia</strong>: 2020: 27th; 2021: 24th; 2022: 23rdSlovenia272423<strong>Costa Rica</strong>: 2020: 28th; 2021: 29th; 2022: 26thCosta Rica282926<strong>Korea</strong>: 2020: 29th; 2021: 30th; 2022: 27thKorea293027<strong>Czechia</strong>: 2020: 30th; 2021: 32nd; 2022: 32ndCzechia303232<strong>Luxembourg</strong>: 2020: 31st; 2021: 25th; 2022: 30thLuxembourg312530<strong>Belgium</strong>: 2020: 32nd; 2021: 33rd; 2022: 31stBelgium323331<strong>Portugal</strong>: 2020: 33rd; 2021: 34th; 2022: 33rdPortugal333433<strong>Slovak Republic</strong>: 2020: 34th; 2021: 36th; 2022: 36thSlovak Republic343636<strong>Chile</strong>: 2020: 35th; 2021: 35th; 2022: 34thChile353534<strong>Bulgaria</strong>: 2020: 36th; 2021: 39th; 2022: 38thBulgaria363938<strong>Spain</strong>: 2020: 37th; 2021: 37th; 2022: 35thSpain373735<strong>Italy</strong>: 2020: 38th; 2021: 38th; 2022: 37thItaly383837<strong>Greece</strong>: 2020: 39th; 2021: 40th; 2022: 39thGreece394039<strong>South Africa</strong>: 2020: 40th; 2021: 41st; 2022: 40thSouth Africa404140<strong>Mexico</strong>: 2020: 0; 2021: 16th; 2022: 18thMexico1618202020212022

This page will present international data on employment and education.

  • Employment
  • Unemployment
  • NEET

Risk of NEET Factors

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

Data on factors that contribute to likelihood of NEET

  • Employment
  • Unemployment
  • NEET
  • Economic inactivity

Labour Market

Unemployment rate (young people)

13.6%Young people aged 16-24, unemployed as at Feb-Apr 2024 (seasonally adjusted)

Economic inactivity rate (young people)

41.5%Young people aged 16-24, economically inactive as at Feb-Apr 2024 (seasonally adjusted)

Unemployment rate (all working age)

4.4%People aged 16-64, unemployed as at Feb-Apr 2024 (seasonally adjusted)

Economic inactivity rate (all working age)

22.3%People aged 16-64, economically inactive as at Feb-Apr 2024 (seasonally adjusted)
  • Employment
  • Unemployment
  • Economic inactivity
  • Long-term unemployment
  • Gender
  • Aged 16-17
  • Aged 18-24
  • FTE
  • NFTE