Official Statistics

Creative Industries: 2015 Focus on

Official Statistics measuring the number of jobs in the Creative Economy (by region, level of qualification, gender, and ethnicity) as well as the value of exports from the UK Creative Industries.

Documents

Creative Industries 2015: Focus on Employment

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Focus on Employment headline tables

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Focus on Employment detailed tables by Creative Industries group

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Creative Industries 2015: Focus on Exports

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Focus on Exports headline tables

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Pre release list

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Details

The Creative Industries Focus On reports expands on the Creative Industries Economic Estimates published in January 2015.

“Creative Industries: Focus on Exports” covers the value of the exports of services from the UK Creative Industries in 2013, broken down by export market.

“Creative Industries: Focus on Employment” covers the number of jobs in the Creative Economy is provided, broken down by:

  • region or devolved administration
  • highest level of qualification
  • gender
  • ethnicity

The UK Statistics Authority

This release is published in accordance with the Code of Practice for Official Statistics (2009), as produced by the UK Statistics Authority. The Authority has the overall objective of promoting and safeguarding the production and publication of official statistics that serve the public good. It monitors and reports on all official statistics, and promotes good practice in this area. The responsible statistician for this release is Mary Gregory (020 7211 2377). For further details about the estimates, or to be added to a distribution list for future updates, please email us at CIEEBulletin@culture.gsi.gov.uk.

Pre-release access:

The document above contains a list of ministers and officials who have received privileged early access to this release. In line with best practice, the list has been kept to a minimum and those given access for briefing purposes had a maximum of 24 hours.

Published 30 June 2015