Find Areas By People Type - ethnicity central/aspirational techies/established tech workers

Areas containing at least 20% of the matched people type

ethnicity central

dense areas like central London - higher ratio of non-white ethnic groups compared to UK averages - higher Black or mixed ethnicity proportions - higher EU-born residents - young adults - higher divorce or separation rates- lower ratio of non-children households - living in flats and renting - less car ownership - use public transport - higher unemployment - working in accodomodation, IT, finance and admin sectors

aspirational techies

compared to parent group: less non-white but higher Indian and mixed ethnic - higher old-EU born - lower non-native English/Welsh speakers - live in semi-detached or terraces - privately renting - employed in IT - use public transport for work

established tech workers

compared to parent group: more likely to be Black - more likely to be born in UK or Ireland - non-dependant children - terraces - higher ratio of social renting - less overcrowding

RG1 8 - Reading School - Reading, Reading, South East (86 percent)

SW16 1 - Crown Lane Primary School - Lambeth, Greater London, London (82 percent)

N4 1 - Osborne Grove Nursing Home - Hackney, Greater London, London (80 percent)

SW16 2 - Crown Lane Primary School - Lambeth, Greater London, London (40 percent)

NW4 4 - St Mary's Church of England High School - Barnet, Greater London, London (29 percent)

KT4 8 - Malden Parochial Church of England Primary School - Sutton, Greater London, London (29 percent)

W5 3 - Christ the Saviour Church of England Primary School - Ealing, Greater London, London (28 percent)

UB8 1 - Colham Manor Primary School - Hillingdon, Greater London, London (27 percent)

W3 8 - South Acton - Ealing, Greater London, London (25 percent)

TW8 8 - Potomac - Hounslow, Greater London, London (24 percent)

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