Unemployment figures are published each month by the Office for National Statistics. A selection of the latest figures as they relate to Derbyshire is presented on the Derbyshire Observatory. In April 2020 there were 20,305 people aged 16+ included on the Claimant Count. The Claimant Count unemployment rate across Derbyshire is currently 4.2%, higher than … Continue reading “Monthly Unemployment Statistics – April 2020”
The District Economic Profile provides information for the eight local authority districts in Derbyshire, as well as Derby City, on 25 key economic indicators. These comprise 19 relating to the labour market and six relating to businesses. A red amber green colour coding is used to identify if an area is significantly worse than the county … Continue reading “District Economic Profile”
The Derbyshire Economic Review – December 2019 document gives a brief overview of the latest statistics and news on the Derbyshire economy both in a national and local context. Each quarterly update also provides information on an ‘in focus’ topic, in this edition ‘Deprivation in Derbyshire’.
The latest infographic on the Budget Consultation Headline Results 2019 shows 3,763 residents completed the survey. The infographic gives an insight into respondents priorities and lists suggestions on how the Council could save money or raise revenue.
The latest Business Demography data 2018 – Business Births and Deaths, is available to view on the Derbyshire Observatory. This indicator shows the number of business births or business deaths as a percentage of all active enterprises
The latest infographic on Manufacturing in Derbyshire shows the sector employs 49,500 people. Over the last year the number of manufacturing jobs in the county has decreased. Food and drink manufacturing and metals and metal products are the largest sectors within the manufacturing sector.
The latest infographic on Earnings in Derbyshire shows the average weekly earnings of a Derbyshire resident is £556, and the average annual pay is £28,875. Despite a gradual growth in the level of earnings since 2010, the average weekly wage in Derbyshire remains below that for England.