Official Statistics measuring the number of jobs in the Creative Industries (broken down by a number of characteristics) alongside the value of exports from the UK Creative Industries. Revised 4 July 2016.
The Creative Industries Focus on reports expand on the Creative Industries Economic Estimates published in January 2016.
“Creative Industries: Focus on Employment” covers the number of jobs in the Creative Industries and the Creative Economy in 2015, and is broken down by a number of characteristics, including:
- region or devolved administration
- highest level of qualification
- socio-economic classification
“Creative Industries: Focus on Exports of Services” covers the value of exports of services for the UK Creative Industries in 2014, broken down by Creative Industries grouping and export market.
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This publication has been updated on 20 June 2016 and 4 July 2016 to correct data in the statistical release Creative Industries: Focus on Employment published on 9 June 2016.
Amendments on 20 June: The percentage of BAME within the UK Economy was incorrectly reported on page 21. This has now been corrected in the PDF document to 11.3 per cent. There are no changes to any other figures in this report or other documents on this page.
Amendments on 4 July: The 2011 total in Table 1 and Table 2 was incorrectly reported and should be 1,562,000. This has been corrected in the accompanying tables. The chart in Figure 8 was showing data for the Creative Economy rather than the Creative Industries. This has now been corrected.