Census 1981, economic activity, South Glamorgan

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Source: ONS annual population survey - households by combined economic activity status Notes: Only includes those households that have at least one person aged 16.

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Fifty five secondary schools in Mid and South Glamorgan had catchment areas which could be mapped in a way that allowed enumerati on districts to be re-assembled, not in districts or Census wards.

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The starting point for access to Census data by release and in all available formats. This guide contains the information you need in order to understand and use statistics from the Census in England and Wales. Browse by table type, search by topic or table number, or view by release.

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