Labour Market Information in Wales
There are various sources of Labour Market Information available on-line. Whilst many of them have a national focus, there are some that provide current LMI for Wales specifically. A selection of both of these is listed below.
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- Wales Top 300
- Listings and performance data on the biggest companies in Wales in 2010
- Stats Wales
- Provided by the Welsh Goverment, Stats Wales is a free-to-use service that allows visitors to view, manipulate, create and download tables from the most detailed official data on Wales.
- Learning & Skills Observatory for Wales
- The Learning and Skills Observatory Wales (LSO) is a portal that provides users access to education, learning, skills and labour market news, information and research materials.
- The National Guidance Research Forum
- National and regional LMI material
- Prospects – Graduate Market Trends
- News and analysis of the graduate job market in the UK
- Media Wales Business Publications
- On-line Business publications including Who’s Who & Hot 100 in Wales
- Welsh Government/Office for National Statistics
- The latest National Statistics on the labour market in Wales, produced by the ONS
- Times Top 100 Graduate Employers
- The latest edition of The Times Top 100 Graduate Employers has just been published, providing a guide to Britain's most respected and sought-after graduate employers in 2010-2011
- Nomis is a service provided by the Office for National Statistics, ONS, to give you free access to the most detailed UK labour market statistics
- Institute for Employment Studies
- Independent, national centre of expertise on productivity, manpower planning and labour market change
- Price Waterhouse Coopers Sector Overview
- The latest research and points of view on emerging industry trends
- Warwick Institute for Employment Research
- The Graduate Labour Market Forum (GLMF) allows those with an interest in higher education and employment to engage with and discuss research findings
- National Guidance Research Forum
- Labour market information on 30 sectors and occupational groups