L&WI Labour Market Statistics: September 2021

Reposted from the Learning & Work Institute The Learning & Work Institute has published its September 2021 Labour Market Statistics analysis. Key findings are as follows: 1. The labour market continues to recover with payroll employment back at pre pandemic levels Employment rose by 183,000 in May to July 2021 compared to the previous quarter…

The Mayoral Combined Authority Labour Market information survey

South Yorkshire Mayoral Combined Authority is undertaking a small piece of research to understand how individuals and organisations use labour market information (LMI) to make decisions, inform others and raise awareness of jobs. LMI is information, resources or materials which help understand current and future jobs in the local area the skills needed for certain…

Labour Market Update (Learning & Work Institute) 17 Aug

Reposted from the Learning & Work Institute Unemployment is 1,600,000, down by 36,000 from last month’s published figure (quarterly headline has fallen by 53,000) and the unemployment rate 4.7%, fell by 0.1 percentage points on last month and is down by 0.2 percentage points on last quarter. The ONS figure for claimant unemployed is 2,293,000,…

Sheffield Claimant Count Update – July 2021 (NOMIS)

Claimant Count figures were updated on NOMIS recently using June data. The attached gives a quick summary of what’s happening in Sheffield, where numbers are starting to come down at city level and in every ward, although are still double pre-pandemic levels overall.

Labour Insight for Sheffield – July 2021 (Burning Glass Technologies)

Analysis of data collated by Burning Glass Technologies indicates that, as of Wednesday 7 July 2021l, there were 13,554 job vacancies in Sheffield. The professions with greatest demand for staff were Sales (502), Other Administrative (454), Programmers and Software Developers (437), Customer Service (331) and Chartered / Certified Accountants (313), Nurses (310) and Care workers…

REC JobsOutlook: Confidence in the economy turns positive for the first time in three years

Written by the Recruitment & Employment Confederation Data from the Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC) reveals that in the three months to May 2021, business confidence in the UK economy turned positive for the first time since June 2018. https://www.rec.uk.com/our-view/news/press-releases/jobsoutlook-confidence-economy-turns-positive-first-time-three-years The latest REC JobsOutlook survey found that employers are increasingly optimistic about the economic outlook as pandemic restrictions…

Claimant Count – Sheffield May 2021

The Claimant Count reflects the number of people claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance plus those who claim Universal Credit and are required to seek work and be available for work. The Claimant Count has replaced the number of people claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance as the headline indicator of the number of people claiming benefits principally for the reason…

Labour Market Analysis: Learning & Work Institute – 18 May

Headline statistics from the Office for National Statistics (ONS): Unemployment is 1,623,000, down by 52,000 from last month’s published figure (quarterly headline decreased by 121,000) and the unemployment rate at 4.8%, is down by 0.2 percentage points on last month and down by 0.3 percentage points on last quarter. The ONS figure for claimant unemployed…

Apprentice Panel Survey – August 2020

By the Institute for Apprenticeships & Technical Education Executive Summary The apprentice panel survey was designed by the Institute for apprenticeships and technical education (the Institute)’s apprentice panel. It aimed to gain insight into apprentices’ views of apprenticeship standards. This publication sets out the key findings from this survey. The methodology for running this survey should…