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December 2013 (data released in January 2014)  

In December 2013, the total claimant count rate in Wales was 4.5 per cent.  This compares to 5.4 per cent in December 2012.  The claimant count total in Wales has decreased by 1,100 since the previous month and decreased by 13,100 since the previous December.

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Link to Unemployment Briefing

November 2013 (data released in December 2013)

In November 2013, the total claimant count rate in Wales was 4.5 per cent. This compares to 5.4 per cent in November 2012. The claimant count total in Wales has decreased by 1,300 since the previous month and decreased by 12,700 since the previous November.

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Link to Unemployment Briefing

October 2013 (data released in November 2013)

In October 2013, the total claimant count rate in Wales was 4.6 per cent.  This compares to 5.5 per cent in October 2012.  The claimant count total in Wales has decreased by 1,800 since the previous month and decreased by 12,800 since the previous October.

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September 2013 (data released in October 2013)

In September 2013, the total claimant count rate in Wales was 4.7 per cent.  This compares to 5.4 per cent in September 2012.  The claimant count total in Wales has decreased by 2,100 since the previous month and decreased by 10,100 since the previous September.

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August 2013 (data released in September 2013)

In August 2013, the total claimant count rate in Wales was 4.9 per cent.  This compares to 5.4 per cent in August 2012.  The claimant count total in Wales has decreased by 1,500 since the previous month and decreased by 7,600 since the previous August.

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July 2013 (data released in August 2013)

In July 2013, the total claimant count rate in Wales was 5.0 per cent.  This compares to 5.4 per cent in July 2012.  The claimant count total in Wales has decreased by 1,800 since the previous month and decreased by 6,300 since the previous July.

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Link to Unemployment Briefing

June 2013 (data released in July 2013)

In June 2013, the total claimant count rate in Wales was 5.2 per cent.  This compares to 5.5 per cent in June 2012.  The claimant count total in Wales has decreased by 1,100 since the previous month and decreased by 4,400 since the previous June.

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Link to Unemployment Briefing

May 2013 (data released in June 2013)

In May 2013, the total claimant count rate in Wales was 5.3 per cent.  This compares to 5.5 per cent in May 2012.  The claimant count total in Wales has decreased by 200 since the previous month and decreased by 2,600 since the previous April. 

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April 2013 (data released in May 2013)

In April 2013, the total claimant count rate in Wales was 5.3 per cent.  This compares to 5.4 per cent in April 2012.  The claimant count total in Wales has increased by 200 since the previous month and decreased by 1,800 since the previous April.

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Link to Unemployment Briefing

March 2013 (data released in April 2013)

In March 2013, the total claimant count rate in Wales was 5.3 per cent.  This compares to 5.5 per cent in March 2012.  The claimant count total in Wales has decreased by 300 since the previous month and decreased by 2,600 since the previous March.

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Link to Unemployment Briefing

February 2013 (data released in March 2013)

In February 2013, the total claimant count rate in Wales was 5.4 per cent.  This compares to 5.5 per cent in February 2012.  The claimant count total in Wales has increased by 200 since the previous month and decreased by 2,000 since the previous February.

For Assembly Constituencies, the claimant count rates are calculated unofficially by the Research Service using the same methodology as the House of Commons Library.   Following publication of data from the 2011 Census this methodology has changed.   Therefore the figures in this map are not comparable with those in previous editions.

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January 2013 (data released in February 2013)

In January 2013, the total claimant count rate in Wales was 5.4 per cent.  This compares to 5.5 per cent in January 2012.  The claimant count total in Wales has decreased by 900 since the previous month and decreased by 1,700 since the previous January.

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December 2012 (data released in January 2013)  

In December 2012, the total claimant count rate in Wales was 5.5 per cent.  This compares to 5.4 per cent in December 2011.  The claimant count total in Wales has decreased by 300 since the previous month and increased by 1,000 since the previous December.

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Link to Unemployment Briefing

November 2012 (data released in December 2012)

In November 2012, the total claimant count rate in Wales was 5.5 per cent.  This compares to 5.4 per cent in November 2011.  The claimant count total in Wales has decreased by 1,000 since the previous month and increased by 1,200 since the previous November.

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Link to Unemployment Briefing

October 2012 (data released in November 2012)

In October 2012, the total claimant count rate in Wales was 5.6 per cent.  This compares to 5.5 per cent in October 2011.  The claimant count total in Wales has increased by 700 since the previous month and increased by 2,200 since the previous October.

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Link to Unemployment Briefing

September 2012 (data released in October 2012)

In September 2012, the total claimant count rate in Wales was 5.5 per cent.  This compares to 5.4 per cent in September 2011.  The claimant count total in Wales has increased by 200 since the previous month and increased by 1,800 since the previous September.

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Link to Unemployment Briefing

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August 2012 (data released in September 2012)

In August 2012, the total claimant count rate in Wales was 5.5 per cent.  This compares to 5.4 per cent in August 2011.  The claimant count total in Wales has decreased by 200 since the previous month and increased by 2,200 since the previous August.

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Link to Unemployment Briefing

July 2012 (data released in August 2012)

In July 2012, the total claimant count rate in Wales was 5.5 per cent.  This compares to 5.3 per cent in July 2011. The claimant count total in Wales has decreased by 300 since the previous month and increased by 3,200 since the previous July.

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June 2012 (data released in July 2012)

In June 2012, the total claimant count rate in Wales was 5.6 per cent.  This compares to 5.2 per cent in June 2011.  The claimant count total in Wales has increased by 200 since the previous month and increased by 5,500 since the previous June.

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Link to Unemployment Briefing

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