Research and analysis

UKCES Employer Skills Survey 2015: Scotland toolkit

Scotland-only results and data tables from the UKCES Employer Skills Survey 2015.

Documents

UK Employer Skills Survey 2015: Scotland results slide pack

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UK Employer Skills Survey 2015: Scotland results slide pack

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UK Employer Skills Survey 2015: Scotland results data tables

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UK Employer Skills Survey 2015: Scotland results Regional Output Area (ROA) data tables

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Results from the UK Commission for Employment and Skills’ (UKCES) Employer Skills Survey 2015 for Scotland only.

The survey provides a comprehensive picture of skills needs and training investment, including vacancies and skills shortages, employee skill gaps and the recruitment of education leavers and young people.

The data tables break the data by region, establishment size, and sector, along with other breaks.

Published 18 March 2016
Last updated 26 May 2016 + full page history
  1. The UKCES Employer Skills Survey reports were revised in May 2016 due to a weighting adjustment.
  2. First published.