JSA Figures

JSA Figures are released by the Office of National Statistics every four weeks.

They show many residents on the Isle of Wight are claiming Job Seekers Allowance and compare the figures to the rest of the region and country.

Number of Isle of Wight residents seeking out of work benefits

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See within for the number of Isle of Wight residents seeking out of work benefits or Universal Credit in the last month, broken down between sex and age groups

Tuesday, 23rd February, 2021 8:11am

By Sally Perry

Rise in the number of Isle of Wight residents seeking out of work benefits

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See within for the number of Isle of Wight residents seeking out of work benefits or Universal Credit in the last month, broken down between sex and age groups

Tuesday, 26th January, 2021 8:05am

By Sally Perry

Rise in the number of Isle of Wight residents seeking out of work benefits

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Tuesday, 15th December, 2020 7:24am

By Sally Perry

Number of Isle of Wight residents seeking out of work benefits

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See within for the number of Isle of Wight residents seeking out of work benefits or Universal Credit in the last month, broken down between sex and age groups

Tuesday, 10th November, 2020 7:24am

By Sally Perry with one comment

Number of Isle of Wight residents seeking out of work benefits in September

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Tuesday, 13th October, 2020 7:39am

By Sally Perry

Number of Isle of Wight residents seeking out of work benefits in August

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See within for the number of Isle of Wight residents seeking out of work benefits or Universal Credit in the last month, broken down between sex and age groups

Tuesday, 15th September, 2020 9:27am

By Sally Perry with 2 readers' comments

Another rise in number of Isle of Wight residents seeking out of work benefits

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The number of Isle of Wight residents seeking out of work benefits or Universal Credit increased in the last month. Details within

Tuesday, 11th August, 2020 8:39am

By Sally Perry with one comment

Number of Isle of Wight residents claiming out of work benefits drops slightly in June 2020

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After a large rise in the number of Isle of Wight residents claiming out of work benefits in May, there has been a slight drop for June

Tuesday, 21st July, 2020 9:38am

By Sally Perry

Number of Isle of Wight residents claiming out of work benefits nearly triples since May 2019

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Given the current Coronavirus crisis the rise in those claiming out of work benefits is to be expected, but nearly tripling compared to this time last year will be a surprise to many

Tuesday, 16th June, 2020 9:34am

By Sally Perry with 2 readers' comments

Number of Isle of Wight residents claiming out of work benefits nearly doubled last month

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Given the current Coronavirus crisis the rise in those claiming out of work benefits is to be expected, but by almost double will be a surprise to many

Tuesday, 19th May, 2020 1:46pm

By Sally Perry

Another rise in Islanders claiming out of work benefits

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There’s been another rise in the number of Isle of Wight residents claiming out of work benefits, something we could see rise even more in the coming months due to Coronavirus

Tuesday, 17th March, 2020 12:05pm

By Sally Perry

Another rise in Islanders claiming out of work benefits

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There’s been another rise in the number of Isle of Wight residents claiming out of work benefits, and a rise since the same time last year

Tuesday, 18th February, 2020 4:26pm

By Sally Perry with 3 readers' comments