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Job Density


Job Density is the number of jobs in an area divided by the resident working age population. It is used to show the supply of jobs to an area relative to its population size, with more jobs reflective of a growing economy. A job density of 1.00 equates to one job for every person of working age.

Line graph shows the trends over time. Use the check boxes to change the date range and the geography filters to compare different areas. Right click the graph to show underlying data. Click to slide 2 for a map of Devon.

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Last Updated: April 2020.