Official Statistics

Private sector employment indicator: February to April 2013

Statistics about private sector employment for the period 1 February to 30 April 2013.

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Private sector employment indicator: quarter 1 (February to April) 2013

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Private sector employment indicator: quarter 1 (February to April) 2013 data tables

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The private sector employment indicator (PSEI) shows whether, over time, dependency on the private sector for employment is increasing and how this rebalancing varies by region.

The indicator is defined as a share of private sector employment of population aged 16 to 64 plus those who are aged over 64 in the labour market.

See the user guide for information on how to interpret the data.

Published 24 July 2013
Last updated 7 August 2013 + show all updates
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