Labour Market Information
Click on the links below to find information, articles and statistics on these LMI topics
The Graduate Market in 2015: Annual review of graduate vacancies & starting salaries at Britain's leading employers.
The Labour Market Across the UK (November 2014) - A summary of the UK labour market covering the period July to September 2014 from the Office of National Statistics.
Graduate Market Trends - HECSU's (Higher Education Careers Service Unit) quarterly journal#
Futuretrack - research reports by HECSU on graduate transitions into employment and further study
HESA (Higher Education Statistics Agency) - performance indicators for the employment of leavers from higher education. Statistics relate to HE institutions in the UK and are based on the Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education (DLHE) survey of 2011/12 graduates. The survey was changed for 2011/12 so the results are not comparable with those for previous years.
Career Portfolios and the Labour Market for Graduates and Postgraduates in the UK - Join report by the National Centre for Universities & Business and HEFCE.
Digital Skills for Tomorrow's World: The Independant report of the UK Digital Task Force 2014
Employer Perspectives Survey 2014: UK Results: Employer's perspectives on recruitment, work experience, people development, apprenticeships.
Where are the highest paid jobs in the UK? Search this interactive map - Guardian Careers
BBC Graph - Which are the most wanted professions around the world?
Careers of the Future December 2014 - UK Commission for Employment and Skills
How Well Does my Job Pay? Annual earnings guide, by occupation 2014.
Smart Workplace 2040 Published 2015
Europe Skills Map: Developed by LinkedIn an interactive map showing which skills are uniquely found in Europe.
NIA Industry Maps - displays clearly the range and diversity of companies across the UK and the number of employees engaged in the civil nuclear industry.
OECD (The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) Insights to country statistics
Women in the Labour Market - Office of National Statistics, examines women in the labour market. It looks at employment rates, occupations, skill levels of jobs and pay for women and compares this with men. It also considers women with and without children.
Women in the Boardroom: A Global Perspective - Report from Deloitte
What Happens Next? Age Report 2013 - AGCAS Diversity Task Group, published 2012
What Happens Next? Ten Year On 2013 - AGCAS Disability Task Group, published 2012
What Happens Next? A Report on the First Destinations of 2013 Disabled Graduates - AGCAS Disability Task Group published 2015
The Contribution of University Research to Economic Growth - report from NCUB, Innovative UK & University Alliance.
Impact of Doctoral Careers: Research Councils UK report on the role doctoral graduates play on UK business
Artists in Greater Manchester: Careers information and statistics on artists living and working in the greater Manchester area. Published 2014
Careers in Health: What's New? (NHS Careers & Health Education England)
Creative Industries: Focus on Employment - published 2015
Destinations of NCTJ Diploma in Journalism Students: A report on research commissioned by the NCTJ. Published 2015
Social Care Careers: An interactive guide - from the Guardian social care network
Page Updated 8th July 2015(HB)