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JSA Figures, Isle of Wight, January, 2016

Each month, nomis, a service provided by the Office for National Statistics, ONS, publishes a report that records the number of people claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA) and National Insurance credits at Jobcentre Plus local offices. This is not an official measure of unemployment, but is the only indicative statistic available for areas smaller than Local Authorities.

Latest Figures

The latest figures show that 1,707 people in the Isle of Wight area were claiming Job Seekers Allowance (JSA) during January 2016.

The figures show a slight increase of 9 since December 2015, when there were 1,698 JSA claimants, and a considerable decrease of 365 from January 2015 (2,072 claimants).

Of this month’s total amount, 1128 applicants were male (slightly up 33 on last month, considerably down 258 on this time last year) and 579 female, (slightly down 24 on last month, considerably down 107 on this time last year).

The percentage rate of persons claiming JSA for the Isle of Wight region in January 2016 was 2.19%, based on 1,707 claimants and population aged 16-64 of 78,100 (Oct 2014-Sep 2015 figure).

The percentage rate of persons claiming JSA for the United Kingdom region in January 2016 was 1.61%, based on 656,620 claimants and population aged 16-64 of 40,697,500 (Oct 2014-Sep 2015 figure).

Flow Report

nomis also publish flow figures, a monthly count of claimants who either a) were claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance (stocks) on the count date, b) ended a claim (off-flows) during the previous accounting month or c) started a new claim (on-flows) during the previous accounting month.

Flows for the last month in the Isle of Wight area showed an on-flow of 345 claimants and off-flow of 331, resulting in a stock total of 1707 claimants.

This corresponded to 232 males joining and 200 leaving (resulting in 1128 male claimants on the count date) and 113 females joining, with 131 leaving, (leaving 579 female claimants on the count date).

Over the previous month, for all ages claiming all durations in the Isle of Wight area: 120 found work, 100 failed to sign, 55 not known, 20 ceased claiming, 10 claimed incapacity benefit, 10 gone abroad, 5 claimed income support, 5 claimed another benefit, 5 defective claim (approximate, rounded figures).


Some figures may be rounded so exact calculations or exact comparison of figures may not be possible.


High Areas of Unemployment

Areas with high levels of overall unemployment (>=3% of proportion of resident population aged 16-64 estimates): Newport East, Ryde North East, Ryde North West, Ryde South, Ryde West, Sandown North, Shanklin Central, Shanklin South.

Areas with high levels of unemployment (>=3.0% of proportion of resident population aged 16-64 estimates) by gender:

  • Male: Brading, St Helens and Bembridge, Freshwater North, Lake North, Lake South, Newport East, Newport North, Ryde East, Ryde North East, Ryde North West, Ryde South, Ryde West, Sandown North, Sandown South, Shanklin Central, Shanklin South, Ventnor East, Whippingham and Osborne
  • Female: Sandown North

Choropleth map showing claimant rate as a proportion of the total population in the area aged 16-64.

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JSA Figures, Isle of Wight, January, 2016

JSA Figures, Isle of Wight, December, 2015

Each month, nomis, a service provided by the Office for National Statistics, ONS, publishes a report that records the number of people claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA) and National Insurance credits at Jobcentre Plus local offices. This is not an official measure of unemployment, but is the only indicative statistic available for areas smaller than Local Authorities.

Latest Figures

The latest figures show that 1,698 people in the Isle of Wight area were claiming Job Seekers Allowance (JSA) during December 2015.

The figures show a considerable rise of 161 since November 2015, when there were 1,537 JSA claimants, and a considerable decrease of 272 from December 2014 (1,970 claimants).

Of this month’s total amount, 1095 applicants were male (significantly up 100 on last month, considerably down 204 on this time last year) and 603 female, (considerably up 61 on last month, considerably down 68 on this time last year).

The percentage rate of persons claiming JSA for the Isle of Wight region in December 2015 was 2.17%, based on 1,698 claimants and population aged 16-64 of 78,100 (Oct 2014-Sep 2015 figure).

The percentage rate of persons claiming JSA for the United Kingdom region in December 2015 was 1.55%, based on 630,138 claimants and population aged 16-64 of 40,697,500 (Oct 2014-Sep 2015 figure).

Flow Report

nomis also publish flow figures, a monthly count of claimants who either a) were claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance (stocks) on the count date, b) ended a claim (off-flows) during the previous accounting month or c) started a new claim (on-flows) during the previous accounting month.

Flows for the last month in the Isle of Wight area showed an on-flow of 427 claimants and off-flow of 261, resulting in a stock total of 1698 claimants.

This corresponded to 259 males joining and 157 leaving (resulting in 1095 male claimants on the count date) and 168 females joining, with 104 leaving, (leaving 603 female claimants on the count date).

Over the previous month, for all ages claiming all durations in the Isle of Wight area: 110 found work, 65 failed to sign, 45 not known, 20 ceased claiming, 5 claimed incapacity benefit, 5 claimed income support, 5 defective claim, 5 gone abroad (approximate, rounded figures).


Some figures may be rounded so exact calculations or exact comparison of figures may not be possible.


High Areas of Unemployment

Areas with high levels of overall unemployment (>=3% of proportion of resident population aged 16-64 estimates): Newport East, Ryde North East, Ryde North West, Ryde South, Sandown North, Shanklin Central, Shanklin South.

Areas with high levels of unemployment (>=3.0% of proportion of resident population aged 16-64 estimates) by gender:

  • Male: Lake North, Lake South, Newport Central, Newport East, Newport North, Ryde East, Ryde North East, Ryde North West, Ryde South, Ryde West, Sandown North, Sandown South, Shanklin Central, Shanklin South, Ventnor East, Whippingham and Osborne
  • Female: Newport East, Ryde North East

Choropleth map showing claimant rate as a proportion of the total population in the area aged 16-64.

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JSA Figures, Isle of Wight, December, 2015

IW – House Prices Paid (Land Registry), November 2015

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IW – House Prices Paid (Land Registry), November 2015

JSA Figures, Stoke On Trent, November, 2015

Each month, nomis, a service provided by the Office for National Statistics, ONS, publishes a report that records the number of people claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA) and National Insurance credits at Jobcentre Plus local offices. This is not an official measure of unemployment, but is the only indicative statistic available for areas smaller than Local Authorities.

Latest Figures

The latest figures show that 2,848 people in the Stoke on Trent area were claiming Job Seekers Allowance (JSA) during November 2015.

The figures show a slight fall of 54 since October 2015, which saw 2,902 JSA claimants, and a large decrease of 902 from November 2014 (3,750).

Of the most recent total figure, 1817 applicants were male (slightly down 12 on last month, considerably down 578 on this time last year) and 1031 were female, (slightly down 42 on last month, considerably down 324 on this time last year).

The percentage rate of persons claiming JSA for the Stoke on Trent region in November 2015 was 1.78%, based on 2,848 claimants and population aged 16-64 of 159,600 (Jul 2014-Jun 2015 figure).

The percentage rate of persons claiming JSA for the United Kingdom region in November 2015 was 1.58%, based on 641,989 claimants and population aged 16-64 of 40,674,000 (Jul 2014-Jun 2015 figure).

JSA Figures, Stoke On Trent, November, 2015

JSA Figures, Isle of Wight, November, 2015

Each month, nomis, a service provided by the Office for National Statistics, ONS, publishes a report that records the number of people claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance (JSA) and National Insurance credits at Jobcentre Plus local offices. This is not an official measure of unemployment, but is the only indicative statistic available for areas smaller than Local Authorities.

Latest Figures

The latest figures show that 1,537 people in the Isle of Wight area were claiming Job Seekers Allowance (JSA) during November 2015.

The figures show a large increase of 212 since October 2015, which saw 1,325 JSA claimants, and a considerable decrease of 271 from November 2014 (1,808).

Of the current total, 995 applicants were male (considerably up 135 on last month, considerably down 190 on this time last year) and 542 were female, (considerably up 77 on last month, considerably down 81 on this time last year).

The percentage rate of persons claiming JSA for the Isle of Wight region in November 2015 was 1.96%, based on 1,537 claimants and population aged 16-64 of 78,500 (Jul 2014-Jun 2015 figure).

The percentage rate of persons claiming JSA for the United Kingdom region in November 2015 was 1.58%, based on 641,989 claimants and population aged 16-64 of 40,674,000 (Jul 2014-Jun 2015 figure).

Flow Report

nomis also publish flow figures, a monthly count of claimants who either a) were claiming Jobseeker’s Allowance (stocks) on the count date, b) ended a claim (off-flows) during the previous accounting month or c) started a new claim (on-flows) during the previous accounting month.

Flows for the last month in the Isle of Wight area showed an on-flow of 576 claimants and off-flow of 370, leaving a stock total of 1537.

This corresponded to 358 males joining and 228 leaving (leaving a total stock of 995) and 218 females joining, with 142 leaving, (resulting in a total stock of 542).

Over the previous month, for all ages claiming all durations in the Isle of Wight area: 155 found work, 105 failed to sign, 60 not known, 20 ceased claiming, 10 gone abroad, 5 claimed another benefit, 5 defective claim, 5 gone to full-time education, 5 increases work to 16+ hours/week (approximate, rounded figures).


Some figures may be rounded so exact calculations or exact comparison of figures may not be possible.


High Areas of Unemployment

Areas with high levels of overall unemployment (>=3% of proportion of resident population aged 16-64 estimates): Newport East, Ryde North East, Ryde North West, Shanklin Central.

Areas with high levels of unemployment (>=3.0% of proportion of resident population aged 16-64 estimates) by gender:

  • Male: Lake South, Newport Central, Newport East, Newport North, Ryde East, Ryde North East, Ryde North West, Ryde South, Ryde West, Sandown North, Sandown South, Shanklin Central, Shanklin South, Ventnor West
  • Female: Ryde North East

Choropleth map showing claimant rate as a proportion of the total population in the area aged 16-64.

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JSA Figures, Isle of Wight, November, 2015

Railway station figures

Figures published recently by the Office of Rail and Road show the following railway station usage estimates in the Isle of Wight area for the reporting period 2014-15.

  • Brading: 50,954 passengers in 2014-15, a significant fall of 4,640 (-8.35%) from 55,594 in 2013-14.
  • Lake: 53,006 passengers in 2014-15, a large decrease of 8,834 (-14.29%) from 61,840 in 2013-14.
  • Ryde Esplanade: 289,574 passengers in 2014-15, a slight fall of 12,086 (-4.01%) from 301,660 in 2013-14.
  • Ryde Pier Head: 218,060 passengers in 2014-15, a slight rise of 8,326 (3.97%) from 209,734 in 2013-14.
  • Ryde St.John’s Road: 184,924 passengers in 2014-15, a significant fall of 17,264 (-8.54%) from 202,188 in 2013-14.
  • Sandown: 203,142 passengers in 2014-15, a considerable decrease of 37,624 (-15.63%) from 240,766 in 2013-14.
  • Shanklin: 294,698 passengers in 2014-15, a significant fall of 23,712 (-7.45%) from 318,410 in 2013-14.
  • Smallbrook Junction: 11,230 passengers in 2014-15, a slight fall of 178 (-1.56%) from 11,408 in 2013-14.
  • Railway station figures

    IW – Deprivation test 1

    IW – Deprivation test 1

    IW – House Prices Paid (Land Registry), July 2015

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    IW – House Prices Paid (Land Registry), July 2015