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Data Source: Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings (ASHE) & Labour Force Survey (LFS)

Important Information: ASHE is widely regarded as the most reliable source of information on Pay and Hours, however it does not include information on pay by qualification as well as some other characteristics (such as self employment). This information is available in the LFS. Both ASHE and the LFS provide robust estimates but these are subject to sampling errors when sample sizes are small.

ASHE is a detailed dataset on pay data based on a 1% sample of employee jobs taken from HM Revenue and Customs PAYE records. This endpoint does not deliver the actual ASHE data (for privacy reasons) but estimations and predictions for pay that are as good as the real data for informative purposes.

Since ASHE is an endpoint based on estimates and does not return the actual real data, it will sometimes provide results for unlikely scenarios e.g. an 18yr old Medical Practitioner. These estimations still occur because the results are always based on math calculations and it is not possible to apply a reality check to every occupation as the rules would be different for every SOC code.

Please ensure you use the results for guidance only as some estimates for occupations will always rely on first achieving a qualification before you can start work e.g. Medical Practitioners. If you are unsure of what the results mean you must speak to a professional careers advisor.

Published by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES).

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Data Source: Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings (ASHE) & Labour Force Survey (LFS)

Important Information: ASHE is widely regarded as the most reliable source of information on Pay and Hours, however it does not include information on pay by qualification as well as some other characteristics (such as self employment). This information is available in the LFS.

Published by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES).

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Data Source: Labour Force Survey (LFS) – Unemployment rate

Important Information: The results show the highest qualification held by the number of unemployed in the chosen occupation. It shows unemployment rates for each qualification level, by gender, within the selected occupation. As an example, out of all the people who are or have recently been ‘Marketing and Sales Directors’ with a ‘Level 6’ qualification, 4% are male and unemployed.

The LFS sample is insufficiently large to produce reliable estimates at the level of detail required. Estimates have been prepared by the Warwick Institute for Employment Research based on the publicly available version of the LFS.

The LFS provides robust estimates but these are subject to sampling errors when sample sizes are small which is why this chart only shows national results.

Please note that, in addition to a genuine zero value being shown, the chart may also show a zero value when estimates are not available for a particular result.

Published by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES).

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(Pertaining to: Conservation and Environmental Associate Professionals occupations)

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Data Source: Annual Population Survey (APS), © Crown Copyright

Important Information: The Annual Population Survey provides information on key social and socio-economic variables at a local level. The data enables monitoring of key estimates between censuses and provides local area information for labour market statistics. The chart data is based on the most detailed (4 digit) occupation data shown at unitary authority and county level; it has also been aggregated to region level*. The data covers the period April 2015 to March 2016*.

* Please note that the region figures have been aggregated from county and UA based data, where for disclosure control reasons some data has been suppressed. The counts at region level are therefore an approximation.

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Data Source: Annual Population Survey (APS), © Crown Copyright

Important Information: The Annual Population Survey provides information on key social and socio-economic variables at a local level. The data enables monitoring of key estimates between censuses and provides local area information for labour market statistics. The data is based on top level industry and mid level (3 digit) occupation data by region for April 2015 to March 2016. To view the industry, mouse over the bar within the chart.

Future Predictions

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Data Source: Working Futures – Employment and Replacement Demands

Important Information: This chart shows the estimated number of people employed in an occupation every year from 2014 to 2020. The results are projected estimates of employment levels by detailed 4 digit occupational category.

The Working Futures employment database provides the most detailed and consistent picture of employment structure available in the UK. It covers the period 1980-2020. It is based on a combination of official sources. The detailed numbers are constructed estimates based on econometric and other techniques rather than simple survey estimates.

Values for 2016-2024 are projections based on a detailed macroeconomic forecast and a set of assumptions about employment prospects as set out in the report at: http://www.ukces.org.uk/publications/er41-working-futures-2010-2020.

Published by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES).

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Data Source: Working Futures – Employment and Replacement Demands

Important Information: This pie chart shows the estimated split between full time, part time and self employed employment for the selected occupation in 2024. The results are projected estimates.

The Working Futures employment database provides the most detailed and consistent picture of employment structure available in the UK. It covers the period 1980-2024. It is based on a combination of official sources. The detailed numbers are constructed estimates based on econometric and other techniques rather than simple survey estimates.

Values for 2016-2024 are projections based on a detailed macroeconomic forecast and a set of assumptions about employment prospects as set out in the report at: http://www.ukces.org.uk/publications/er41-working-futures-2010-2020.

Published by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES).

Status in 2024

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Data Source: Working Futures – Employment and Replacement Demands

Important Information: This chart shows the estimated employment level in 2024. The information can then be filtered by qualification, gender, region, status and industry. The results are projected estimates. Only one filter can be applied at any time.

The Working Futures employment database provides the most detailed and consistent picture of employment structure available in the UK. It covers the period 1980-2024. It is based on a combination of official sources. The detailed numbers are constructed estimates based on econometric and other techniques rather than simple survey estimates.

Values for 2016-2024 are projections based on a detailed macroeconomic forecast and a set of assumptions about employment prospects as set out in the report at: http://www.ukces.org.uk/publications/er41-working-futures-2010-2020.

Published by the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES).

Employed in 2024

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