Census 1981, economic activity, Wiltshire
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Published by Govt Statistical Service .
Written in English


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Number of Pages20
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Open LibraryOL7323298M
ISBN 10011691016X
ISBN 109780116910165

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Census statistics provide a rich source of information about the number, distribution and characteristics of the population in England and Wales as at census day (27 March ). The statistics included in this release provide the first detailed cross tabulations of two or more topics from the census that add to the detail already provided in earlier releases. Census The latest Census was carried out on March 27th and involved around 25 million households in England and Wales. The datasets resulting from the Census offer the most detailed and accurate picture of the population available at the time. Understanding the size, structure and socio-economic characteristics of Wiltshire’s population is fundamental in enabling Wiltshire [ ].   The estimates are as at census day, 27 March The census concept of economic activity is compatible with the standard for economic status defined by the International Labour Organisation (ILO). It is one of a number of definitions used internationally to produce accurate and comparable statistics on employment, unemployment and economic. This dataset is about Economic Activity. Information relates to whether or not a person was working or looking for work in the week before the Census. The concept of Economic Activity is compatible with the International Labour Organisation (ILO) definition of economic status. The population of the table is all males aged 16 to

The main objective of the census was to collect information relating to economic activities undertaken by businesses during the reference year This Preliminary Report of the Economic Census presents basic data on the number of businesses, number of workers and gross revenue of businesses by type of economic activity. Downton is a village and civil parish on the River Avon in southern Wiltshire, England, about 6 miles (10 km) southeast of the city of parish is on the county boundary with Hampshire and is close to the New Forest; it includes the villages of Wick and Charlton-All-Saints, and the small ancient settlement of Trafalgar Park estate erased the former settlement of. Wiltshire Births, Marriages and Deaths Indexes Online. Local BMD Indexes, Family History, Baptisms, Marriages, Burials, Monumental Inscriptions, Civil Registration, GRO Indexes, BMD, BDM, UK to censuses. Who Do You Think You Are? Note: There are some apparent anomalies in the census figures whereby there is a large increase or decrease in population over a ten year period. There are many reasons for these, including boundary changes, influx or removal of military personnel, expansion or closure of industries or, in the extreme case of Imber, the relocation of the entire.

Abstract Objectives: To investigate the association between suicide and socioeconomic status, unemployment, and chronic illness. Design: Longitudinal study. Setting: England and Wales. Subjects: Individuals from the Office for National Statistics longitudinal study for whom census data were available. The longitudinal study is a representative 1% sample of the population of England. Pupulation Census Selected Economic Activity Table: / Pupulation Census – Selected Data Statistical Pocket Book 35/ Survey of Selected Services Nepal /05 CD ROM. 1. Nepal Living Standards Survey /96 – / / Population Monograph: / Population Census / Population Census. Work partldpadon rate: Census classifles every person as a main worker, marginal worker or a person had worked for major part (I.e. more than t 83 days) of the year preceding the date of census enumeration, he/she was considered as a main worker. If a person had worked for some time but not for the major part of the last.   Census estimates the workforce participation rate for females to be per cent for the country, per cent for rural areas and per cent for urban areas.