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Once you've created your table, you can download the data it contains for your own offline analysis. Step 1 Choose a publication Publication Participation in education, training and employment age 16 to 18 Change publication on step 1 Step 2 (current) View a featured table or create your own Choose a table Use the links below to quickly select existing featured tables for this publication. After viewing a table you can also adjust and change filters to quickly see different results. Table 1a - Headlines: Participation of 16 to 18 year olds in education, training and employment and NEET
For 2011 to 2020, the percentage of the 16-17, 18 and 16-18 population by whether they are in: education and apprenticeships; other training; not in education or training but are employed; not in education, employment or training.
Table 1b - Education and training type
The proportion of each type of education and training being undertaken by those 16-17, 18 and 16-18 for 2018-2020.
Table 2 - Institution type of those in full-time education
The proportion in each institution type for those in full-timed education ages 16-17, 18 and 16-18, 2018-2020.
Table 3 - Participation of 16 to 18 year olds in full-time education by highest qualification aim
The proportion of those participating in full-time education by highest qualification aim by ages 16-17, 18 and 16-18 for 2018-2020.
Table 4 - Participation of 16 to 18 year olds in Apprenticeships by level
The proportion of those 16-17, 18 and 16-18 in Apprenticeships by level for 2018-2020.
Table 5 - NEET by labour market status (inactive, unemployed)
The labour market status of those NEET ages 16-17, 18 and 16-18 for 2018-2020.
Table 6 - Participation of 16 to 18 year olds by labour market status (employed, inactive, unemployed)
The proportion within each labour market status with breakdowns if they are in education and training or NET by ages 16-17, 18 and 16-18 for 2018-2020.
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