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This document provides a summary of key findings for the Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership area, based on data from three major research products from the UK Commission for Employment and Skills: Working Futures, the Employer Skills Survey and the Employer Perspectives Survey.
17 December 2015

The November newsletter summarises provisional GCSE data for Oxfordshire. It also presents new employment data and rounds up recent updates to the Oxfordshire Insight website.

The November newsletter presents a summary of provisional GCSE data for Oxfordshire, along with new employment data, and a round-up of updates to the Oxfordshire Insight website.
19 November 2015
This briefing uses data from the Business Register and Employment Survey (BRES) to analyse growth in employees and employment for selected counties in 2014, and between 2010 and 2014. It shows that employee jobs growth in Oxfordshire was faster than the national or regional average, and faster than in any other county in the South East.
10 November 2015
This briefing uses data from the Business Register and Employment Survey (BRES) to analyse growth in employees and employment for Local Enterprise Partnership areas in 2014, and between 2010 and 2014. It shows that growth in employee in Oxfordshire was faster than the national or regional average, and faster than in any other Local Enterprise Partnership in the South East.
10 November 2015
Oxfordshire Labour Market Information is compiled to bring to young people’s attention the jobs in demand and enterprise opportunities across the county, now and in the future. This infographic presents key predictions for the future labour market.
1 October 2015
Oxfordshire Labour Market Information is compiled to bring to young people’s attention the jobs in demand and enterprise opportunities across the county, now and in the future. This infographic presents key facts about the job scene.
1 October 2015
Oxfordshire Labour Market Information is compiled to bring to young people’s attention the jobs in demand and enterprise opportunities across the county, now and in the future. This infographic presents key facts about the economy.
1 October 2015
Oxfordshire Labour Market Information is compiled to bring to young people’s attention the jobs in demand and enterprise opportunities across the county, now and in the future. The aim is to broaden young people’s knowledge and understanding of the labour market, raise their aspirations and help them plan their career pathways based on high quality, up to date, locally relevant information.
1 October 2015

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