17 September 2021
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The July 2019 to June 2020 edition of this dataset has been revised to include reweighted Annual Population Survey data for January 2020 to June 2020.
30 September 2021
Due to a calculation error in the method used to reweight the Labour Force Survey, which uses a three-month rolling average of RTI data, there is a lag of one month. Our analysis shows the impact on the population levels and headline labour market levels estimates is very small with the published headline labour market rates unchanged. The impact is that there is a slight overestimation of the non-UK population by approximately 0.5%. This represents less than half the size of the sampling variability. The size is roughly the same over the quarters of 2020 and the impact on January to December 2020 APS estimates is about 14,000 for EU born, 25,000 for non-EU born and 39,000 for non-UK born.