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Employment and Economy

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Employment:

Updated 9th Mar 2022

This page includes explorable data and a summary of measures around employment such as employment rates, occupations, qualifications,…

Updated 9th Mar 2022

This page includes explorable data and summaries of the numbers of enterprises and local business units over time,…

Headlines Economic activity rates have increased since 2001, especially for women (68% in 2011 compared with 63% in 2001) 39% of women in employment work part time compared…

Headlines In 2011, the highest proportion of Surrey’s residents in employment worked in “Professional occupations” (21.7%). Surrey has twice as many residents working as “Managers, directors…

Headlines In 2011, the highest proportion of Surrey’s residents in employment worked in the “Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motor cycles” industry. 10.…

Headlines In 2011, 72.7% of Surrey’s residents in employment worked full-time The borough with the highest proportion of people employed full-time was Spelthorne The…

Headlines Nearly 60% of Surrey residents in employment drive a car or van to work Nearly 17% use public transport Nearly 11% walk or cycle to work Home…

Disadvantage and Unemployment:

Digital exclusion in Surrey SODA project

Indexes and other tools:

Dashboard about the 2019 Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) across Surrey

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