Somerset County Council :: Economically active

All people aged 16 to 74 who were usually resident in the area at the time of the 2001 Census, and were economically active.All people who were working in the week before the Census are described as economically active. In addition, the category includes people who were not working but were looking for work and were available to start work within 2 weeks. Full-time students who are economically active are included but are identified separately in the classification.
Measurement Unit
Dataset Date
2001 Census: Census Area Statistics, Work Deprivation
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