Employment

– Scottish Parliament written question – answered on 11th March 2011.

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Question S3W-39992

To ask the Scottish Executive how many women in Dundee aged (a) 50 to 54 and (b) 55 to 59 are unemployed and what percentage of unemployed women in Dundee the groups represent in total.

Photo of Angela Constance Angela Constance Scottish National Party

It is not possible to provide International Labour Organization ( ILO ) unemployment data disaggregated below local authority level from survey data (Annual Population Survey and Labour Force Survey) as the numbers are below reliability thresholds.

Claimant count data can be used to measure those claiming unemployment related benefits in Scotland where survey data cannot be used. The table details the number of women claiming unemployment related benefits in Dundee by 50 to 54 and 55 to 59 age-groups, and the percentage of women claiming unemployment related benefits in Dundee these groups represent.

Table 1: JSA Claimant Counts and Proportions for Women Aged 50+, by Age-Group, Dundee City Council, January 2011

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Age-GroupClaimant Count1Percentage of all Female Claimants
Aged 50-541208.8
Aged 55-59705.2

Source: Office for National Statistics.

Notes:

1. Data is rounded to nearest five.

2. Data is not seasonally adjusted.

3. Percentage given is that of particular age-group as a proportion of all age-groups within that particular gender.

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