Office for National Statistics, Socio-Economic Classification Populations by boroughs, London,2001

This dataset is about Socio-economic Classification. It shows the usual resident population aged 16 to 74 by their socio-economic classification. The National Statistics Socio-economic Classification (NS-SeC) was introduced by the Government to replace Social Class based on Occupation (also known as the Registrar General's Social Class) and Socio-Economic Groups (SEG).

This section shows information about this dataset's attributes
Attributes Range Median Mean Std. Dev.
Lower supervisory and technical occupations
 
143  to  19543
8951 8269.28 3564.69
All people aged 16 to 74 who were usually resident in the area at the time of the 2001, whose socio-economic classification was coded as 'Lower supervisory and technical occupations'. The National Statistics Socio-economic Classification (NS-SeC) was introduced by the Government to replace Social Class based on Occupation (also known as the Registrar General’s Social Class) and Socio-Economic Groups (SEG).
Lower supervisory and technical occupations percentage
 
2.36  to  8.00
4.90 4.91 1.33
Percentage of people 16- 74 who are in lower supervisory and technical occupations
Borough Text column (no statistics available)
Name of the Borough
Semi-routine occupations
 
257  to  36264
15887 14971.03 6223.70
All people aged 16 to 74 who were usually resident in the area at the time of the 2001, whose socio-economic classification was coded as 'Semi-routine occupations'. The National Statistics Socio-economic Classification (NS-SeC) was introduced by the Government to replace Social Class based on Occupation (also known as the Registrar General’s Social Class) and Socio-Economic Groups (SEG).
All People
 
6069  to  425829
157406 165635.44 63270.13
All people aged 16 to 74 who were usually resident in the area at the time of the 2001 Census.
Semi-routine occupations percentage
 
4.23  to  13.41
9.27 8.87 1.99
Percentage of people 16- 74 who are in semi-routine occupations
Higher managerial and professional occupations
 
1905  to  49385
19108 20005.12 9340.21
All people aged 16 to 74 who were usually resident in the area at the time of the 2001, whose socio-economic classification was coded as 'Higher managerial and professional occupations'. The National Statistics Socio-economic Classification (NS-SeC) was introduced by the Government to replace Social Class based on Occupation (also known as the Registrar General’s Social Class) and Socio-Economic Groups (SEG).
Routine occupations
 
137  to  23222
9744 9590.66 4071.44
All people aged 16 to 74 who were usually resident in the area at the time of the 2001, whose socio-economic classification was coded as 'Routine occupations'. The National Statistics Socio-economic Classification (NS-SeC) was introduced by the Government to replace Social Class based on Occupation (also known as the Registrar General’s Social Class) and Socio-Economic Groups (SEG).
Higher managerial and professional occupations percentage
 
4.29  to  31.39
11.72 12.81 5.43
Percentage of people 16- 74 who are in higher managerial and professional occupations
Routine occupations percentage
 
2.26  to  10.37
5.79 5.69 1.57
Percentage of people 16- 74 who are in routine occupations
Lower managerial and professional occupations
 
1648  to  94012
34101 36815.34 14942.89
All people aged 16 to 74 who were usually resident in the area at the time of the 2001, whose socio-economic classification was coded as 'Lower managerial and professional occupations'. The National Statistics Socio-economic Classification (NS-SeC) was introduced by the Government to replace Social Class based on Occupation (also known as the Registrar General’s Social Class) and Socio-Economic Groups (SEG).
Never worked and long-term unemployed
 
199  to  22889
10312 9961.06 5669.44
All people aged 16 to 74 who were usually resident in the area at the time of the 2001, whose socio-economic classification was coded as 'Never worked and long-term unemployed'. The National Statistics Socio-economic Classification (NS-SeC) was introduced by the Government to replace Social Class based on Occupation (also known as the Registrar General’s Social Class) and Socio-Economic Groups (SEG). For long-term unemployed - year last worked is 1999 or earlier.
Lower managerial and professional occupations percentage
 
14.61  to  28.70
22.47 22.38 3.31
Percentage of people 16- 74 who are in lower managerial and professional occupations
Never worked and long-term unemployed percentage
 
2.17  to  13.80
5.85 5.95 2.95
Percentage of people 16- 74 who are never worked and are long-term unemployed
Intermediate occupations
 
403  to  43952
17430 16955.28 7811.78
All people aged 16 to 74 who were usually resident in the area at the time of the 2001, whose socio-economic classification was coded as 'Intermediate occupations'. The National Statistics Socio-economic Classification (NS-SeC) was introduced by the Government to replace Social Class based on Occupation (also known as the Registrar General’s Social Class) and Socio-Economic Groups (SEG).
Intermediate occupations percentage
 
5.93  to  14.38
10.28 10.03 2.30
Percentage of people 16- 74 who are in intermediate occupations
Small employers and own account workers
 
273  to  33592
9188 10599.62 5203.74
All people aged 16 to 74 who were usually resident in the area at the time of the 2001, whose socio-economic classification was coded as 'Small employers and own account workers'. The National Statistics Socio-economic Classification (NS-SeC) was introduced by the Government to replace Social Class based on Occupation (also known as the Registrar General’s Social Class) and Socio-Economic Groups (SEG).
Small employers and own account workers percentage
 
4.32  to  8.11
6.11 6.28 1.08
Percentage of people 16- 74 who are in small employers and own account workers