What Does the 2011 Census Tell us About Work-Related Second Addresses in England and Wales?

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2011 Census Analysis: What Does the 2011 Census Tell us About Work-Related Second Addresses in England and Wales?

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2011 Census Analysis: What Does the 2011 Census Tell us About Work-Related Second Addresses in England and Wales?

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ISBN
9781910535929
Author
Office for National Statistics (ONS)
Published by
Dandy Booksellers Ltd
Publication Date
28 May 2015
Format
Paperback
Extent
54 pages
Dimensions
A4 (210 x 297 mm)
Series
Census 2011 Analysis

This story analyses usual residents aged 16 and over in England and Wales who had a work-related second address outside the local authority in which they were usually resident. Analyses are presented at national and local authority levels, including by occupational groups and qualification levels.

Main points
  • In 2011, around 1 in 160 adults (0.6% or 278,000) had a second address for work outside their local authority of usual residence.
  • Of those with a work-related second address, 64% (179,000) had their second address in England and Wales, while a further 99,000 had a work-related second address in Scotland, Northern Ireland or outside the UK.
  • Richmondshire (North Yorkshire) (1.9%) and Kensington and Chelsea (1.6%) had the highest proportions of usual residents aged 16 and over with a work-related second address outside these areas.
  • Higher proportions of work-related second addresses were seen in some London boroughs and local authorities containing military bases, including Richmondshire, Rutland, Hart (Hampshire), Wiltshire and Rushmoor (Hampshire).
  • More than two-thirds (70%) of those with a work-related second address had a professional, managerial or technical occupation; this compared to 41% for the usually resident adult population of England and Wales.
  • More than half (54%) with a work-related second address were qualified at degree level or above; this compared to 27% for the usually resident adult population of England and Wales.
 


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