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National Statistics

NEET statistics quarterly brief: January to March 2016

Statistics about young people who are not in education, employment or training (NEET).

Documents

Main text: SFR16/2016

NEET estimates from the LFS, Participation SFR and CCIS data, England: SFR16/2016

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NEET estimates 16-24 by region and gender: SFR16/2016

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NEET estimates 18-24 by region and gender: SFR16/2016

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NEET estimates 19-24 by region and gender: SFR16/2016

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NEET time series for England: SFR16/2016

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NEET estimates by labour market status: SFR16/2016

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NEET and NET changes due to reweighting: SFR16/2016

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Technical Document: SFR16/2016

Underlying data: SFR16/2016

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Details

The data comes from:

The publication includes:

  • extra tables with NEET estimates by region and gender from the LFS for:
    • 16- to 24-year-olds
    • 18- to 24-year-olds
    • 19- to 24-year-olds
  • extra tables with national NEET estimates from the LFS for all age groups
  • extra tables with NEET estimates from the LFS by age and gender and labour market status

Labour market status refers to people who are:

  • employed
  • unemployed
  • inactive (have not sought work in the last 4 weeks and/or are not available to start work in the next 2 weeks)

Post-16 statistics team