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You are here:  Home | Business | Unemployed Claimants and Residential Unemployment Rate
Unemployed Claimants and Residential Unemployment Rate
 
 
New Forest District - May 2014
Ward (2003)
No. - Male
%
No. - Female
%
No. - Total
%
No. - Young
people
aged 18-24*
%
Ashurst, Copythorne S & Netley Marsh
12
0.7
8
0.5
20
0.6
51.5
Barton
15
1.3
14
1.0
29
1.2
51.9
Bashley
7
0.9
3
0.4
10
0.6
53.2
Becton
21
1.7
11
0.8
32
1.2
51.6
Boldre & Sway
6
0.4
#
#
7
0.2
51.7
Bramshaw, Copythorne N & Minstead
#
#
#
#
#
#
00.0
Bransgore & Burley
8
0.5
4
0.2
12
0.4
51.6
Brockenhurst & Forest South East
13
0.8
5
0.3
18
0.5
51.3
Buckland
23
2.2
6
0.5
29
1.3
104.1
Butts Ash & Dibden Purlieu
30
1.6
21
1.0
51
1.3
152.9
Dibden & Hythe East
24
1.4
24
1.4
48
1.4
154.0
Downlands & Forest
6
0.7
#
#
7
0.4
00.0
Fawley, Blackfield & Langley
37
2.0
15
0.8
52
1.4
153.3
Fernhill
40
2.3
22
1.2
62
1.7
102.2
Fordingbridge
18
0.9
16
0.8
34
0.9
51.1
Forest North West
#
#
4
0.5
6
0.4
00.0
Furzedown & Hardley
20
2.0
4
0.4
24
1.2
52.2
Holbury & North Blackfield
57
2.7
38
1.7
95
2.2
304.6
Hordle
13
0.9
11
0.7
24
0.8
52.0
Hythe West & Langdown
26
1.5
14
0.8
40
1.1
102.5
Lymington Town
18
1.3
11
0.7
29
1.0
52.2
Lyndhurst
5
0.6
7
0.8
12
0.7
00.0
Marchwood
17
0.8
13
0.6
30
0.7
101.6
Milford
9
0.8
8
0.7
17
0.7
52.2
Milton
25
1.8
17
1.1
42
1.4
102.7
Pennington
32
1.9
13
0.7
45
1.3
102.6
Ringwood East & Sopley
6
0.7
4
0.4
10
0.5
51.8
Ringwood North
16
0.9
10
0.5
26
0.7
51.3
Ringwood South
25
1.4
14
0.8
39
1.1
102.1
Totton Central
11
0.6
8
0.5
19
0.5
51.1
Totton East
30
1.6
14
0.8
44
1.2
153.3
Totton North
34
1.6
14
0.7
48
1.1
101.9
Totton South
25
1.3
12
0.6
37
0.9
152.2
Totton West
20
1.2
14
0.8
34
1.0
102.1
New Forest Total
652
1.3
382
0.7
1,034
1.0
2802.4
Hampshire
10,115
1.8
5,927
1.0
16,042
1.4
3,6002.1
Great Britain
665,741
3.4
369,513
1.9
1,035,254
2.6
245,8454.3

Sources:

Hampshire County Council,

Office for National Statistics.

Notes: Rates are based on the claimant count of all people in receipt of unemployment-related benefits. Estimates of the working age population are used to calculate the above rates. The residential unemployment rate is defined here as the proportion of the working age population (16-64 for males and females). In the above table 'Hampshire' refers to the Hampshire County Council area as well as Portsmouth and Southampton unitary authorities.
* Numbers are rounded to the nearest 5, so a 0 could mean 0, 1 or 2 persons.

Further information: More information on unemployment and the labour market in the district can be viewed on Hampshire County Council's web site or contact James Ives on 023 8028 5345.


Other useful links

Dept of Work and Pensions Link