Find Areas By People Type - hard-pressed living/industrious communities/industrious transitions

Areas containing at least 20% of the matched people type

hard-pressed living

urban surroundings - less non-White - more UK and Ireland born - high rates of divorce and separation - more non-dependent children - live in semi-detached or terraces - more social renting - less higher-level qualifications - higher rates of unemployment - work in mining, manufacturing, energy, wholsesale, retail and transport sectors

industrious communities

compared to parent group: higher detached or semi-detached property - slightly higher home ownership - slightly less overcrowding - 2+ car or van ownership slighly higher

industrious transitions

compared to parent group: less social renting - higher detached property - slightly more higher-level qualifications - slightly more work in IT and finance sectors

ME6 5 - Pollard Lake - Snodland, Kent, South East (67 percent)

ME3 0 - Oakham Ness - Hoo St Werburgh, Medway, South East (57 percent)

TS23 4 - Pentland Primary School - Billingham (East), Stockton-on-Tees, North East (52 percent)

RH15 9 - St Paul's Roman Catholic College - Burgess Hill, West Sussex, South East (50 percent)

S25 3 - Colonel's Holt - Dinnington, Rotherham, Yorkshire and The Humber (45 percent)

LL41 3 - Llyn Trawsfynydd - Ffestiniog, Gwynedd, Wales (42 percent)

RG26 4 - Baughurst Copse - Pamber, Hampshire, South East (41 percent)

S74 8 - West Meadows Primary School - Hoyland, Barnsley, Yorkshire and The Humber (39 percent)

NG15 0 - Haggnook Wood - Sutton in Ashfield, Nottinghamshire, East Midlands (38 percent)

DH9 9 - Fortune Hill - Stanley, County Durham, North East (38 percent)

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