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UK Occupation Overview
Updated over a week ago

The occupation overview is used to understand more detailed information about particular occupations across geographic areas and will also connect to industries. In the Analyst tool there are a total of 12 different occupation report templates available.

In this article we are going to focus on the specific information you can obtain from the Occupation Overview report. Once you have selected this report you need to add in a 4 digit standard occupational code, known as SOC codes and select the geography you would like to review.

If you wished you can add more occupations and geography depending on your requirements

The report will open as shown above, here you have the ability to save the report or export to a variety of outputs Also on the left hand side you notice the filters that are available to adjust your data sets as required.

The image above is showing the ability to add more geographic locations if you wish to give your data a comparison to other geographical groups. The region will be defined as the geography set in your initial filter on the left.

Further down the same report you have the ability to see job postings based on the occupation(s) you have selected in the geographic regions. The blue writing on the right of the image indicates you have the ability to jump through to the job posting analytics from this point in the report.

The report also shows you the National Age breakdown for your chosen occupation and the Occupational Programs which feed the occupation.

As you reach the end of the report you will find details regarding the top industries employing the occupation(s) selected by volume and %. The industries titles are in blue, indicating you can click on each one for a specific overview of that industry.

Finally, from here you can also click through to the inverse staffing patterns for that industry, showing you other industry sectors that also employ people in the occupation(s) you have selected.

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