Census of Employment
Census of Employment Survey Results - Published 31st July 2014
- The total number of employee jobs in September 2013 was 704,017, an increase of 10,934 jobs (1.6%) since September 2011.
- Of the 26 District Council Areas eight recorded a decrease in the number of employee jobs since 2011.
- The largest percentage decreases were recorded in Strabane (2.3% or 207 jobs), Larne (2.2% or 182 jobs) and Ballymoney (1.3% or 90 jobs).
- The largest percentage increases were recorded in Dungannon (9.5% or 1,993 jobs), Moyle (6.2% or 196 jobs) and Craigavon (4.7% or 1,732 jobs).
- Between September 2011 and September 2013, the number of jobs in the Services sector rose by 11,236 jobs (2.0%), the Construction sector decreased by 3,548 jobs (10.8%) and the number of the Manufacturing sector jobs rose by 1,034 (1.4%). The ‘Other’ sector showed an increase of 2,212 jobs (11.1%).
- Between September 2011 and September 2013, there was a decrease in jobs in the Public sector (0.1% or 219 jobs) and a rise in the Private sector (2.3% or 11,153 jobs).
- Between September 2011 and September 2013 both full-time and part-time jobs increased by 6,900 and 4,034 respectively.
- Between September 2011 and September 2013 both male and female jobs increased. Male jobs increased by 7,104 whilst female jobs increased by 3,830.
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