Scottish unemployment rate hits record low at 3.7% – bbc.com

Unemployment in Scotland has fallen to a record low, according to official figures. At 3.7%, the jobless rate is below that of the UK, which sits at 4.1%.

Scottish unemployment rate hits record low at 3.7% | The

Scottish unemployment rate hits record low at 3.7% 11 December 2018 Image copyright PA Unemployment in Scotland has fallen to a record low, according to official figures.At 3.7%, the jobless rate is below that of the UK, which sits at 4.1%.

Unemployment rate in Scotland 2011-2017 | UK Statistic

This statistic shows the unemployment rate in Scotland between July 2011 and June 2017. The unemployment rate was at its lowest in the most recent period, between July 2016 and …

Scottish unemployment below 100,000 for the first time

Scottish unemployment below 100,000 for the first time ever Published 22 January 2019 Unemployment in Scotland dipped under the 100,000 mark for the first time towards the end of last year, new figures published today have revealed.

Scottish unemployment rate hits record low at 3.6% – newsR

Scottish unemployment rate hits record low at 3.6% Tuesday, 22 January 2019 ( 43 minutes ago ) The number of Scots out of work drops below the 100,000 mark for the first time, new figures show.

Scottish unemployment rate up slightly – The Scotsman

THE number of Scots out of work has increased by 1,000, the latest official statistics have today shown. The number of Scots claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance has fallen by 21,400 over the past year and is now at its lowest level in over four and a half years. Scotland’s unemployment rate has remained stable at …

Scottish Economy Watch: Labour Market

Unemployment fell by 18,000 in the quarter to just below 178,000 and the unemployment rate fell from 7.1% to 6.4%. The Scottish Government and UK Government’s both moved quickly to claim the recovery as being the result of their policies.

This Scottish city has highest unemployment rate in the

Scots city has highest unemployment rate in the whole of the UK – where 10,000 people would need to find jobs just to meet average. The city also has the third lowest number of established businesses and start-ups relative to its population. The report, which ranks 63 British cities across a range of economic fields, predicts nearly 25% of jobs in Dundee could be lost to automation by 2030 – more than in any …

February 2017 Labour Market Statistics for Scotland – GOV.UK

The Scottish unemployment rate is 4.9 per cent, above the rate of 4.8 per cent for the whole of the UK. The labour market statistics also show that employment in Scotland increased by 8,000 over the three months to December 2016. The number of those in employment in Scotland now stands at 2,611,000.

Employment and Economic Activity – Employment Rate

Scottish Government Employment and Economic Activity – Employment Rate. Contacts; Help; Search: Subscribe for updates. The employment rate has increased in Scotland over the year by 1.7 percentage points, larger than the 1.3 percentage point increase in employment rate seen in England.

Scottish unemployment rate hits record low at 3.6% – BBC News

Scottish unemployment rate hits record low at 3.6%. 22 January 2019. “Scotland’s unemployment rate reached a record low again this month, down to 3.6%, lower than the UK rate of 4.0%.

Youth Unemployment Statistics – FAQ

Therefore the youth unemployment rate will have a lower numerator. The combination of these factors explains most of the discrepancy between the youth unemployment rate and the youth claimant count rate. In Scotland the youth unemployment rate for Nov-Jan 2012 was 24.7%. The comparable claimant count rate (December 2011) was 6.6%.

Youth unemployment rate in Scotland 2012-2016 | UK Statistic

Youth unemployment rate in Scotland from 2012/2013 to 2015/2016 This statistic shows the unemployment rate of young people in Scotland between April 2012 to March 2017.

Scottish unemployment rises by 8,000 – BBC News

The unemployment rate increased by 0.3% to 4.1%, which was below the UK rate of 4.3%. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) also found that Scotland’s employment rate for those of working age

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