What the indicators show: working-age adults

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  • Overall, claimant numbers have followed similar trends in both the areas with the most claimants and the areas with the least claimants.
  • Around 30% of working-age people receive out-of-work benefits in the areas with the highest concentrations. This compares with around 10% in areas with average concentrations.
  • 40% of working-age recipients of out-of-work benefits live in a fifth of small areas, whilst the other 60% live outside of these areas.
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