Long term unemployed as a percentage of people aged 16 to 74
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Keywords: London NSSeC Districts 2001 Census Unemployed economics
Long Term Unemployed as a percentage of people aged 16 to 74 from Key Statistics Table 14a of the 2001 UK Census for London Districts.
This work was carried out by the Census Dissemination Unit - http://cdu.mimas.ac.uk
This is part of a series of maps of the National Statistics - Socio Economic Classification (NSSeC) for London.
Data taken from the 2001 Census: Key Statistics Tables using Casweb at http://casweb.mimas.ac.uk.
Boundary data taken from UKBORDERS at http://ukborders.edina.ac.uk.
The data was stitched together in MapInfo
Census output is Crown copyright and is reproduced with the permission of the Controller of HMSO and the Queen's Printer for Scotland.
This data is taken from Key Statistics Table 14a - KS14a - National Statistics - Socio Economic Classification - All Persons.
For more information on the NSSec see http://www.ons.gov.uk/about-statistics/classifications/current/ns-sec/index.html
For the 2001 Census a person was defined as being long-term unemployed on Census day if the year they last worked was 1999 or earlier.