The UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES) has launched a new set of local data summaries, covering 39 local areas.
A series of new publications from the UK Commission for Employment and Skills (UKCES) aim to make it simpler and easier to find and access the local data produced by UKCES.
The 39 sub-regional reports draw together local-level findings from UKCES’ Employer Skills Survey, Employer Perspectives Survey and Working Futures, split by Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP).
The move comes as part of a greater shift to improve accessibility and ease of use for UKCES local data, allowing those keen to explore the data further to quickly find all relevant information in one convenient location.
The reports are available now on the UKCES website. All local data can also be found on the UKCES local labour market intelligence (LMI) page.
Guides produced by UKCES are also available, introducing the three featured research products and explaining how to use and understand the data.
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