1951 Census of England and Wales, County Report (Sample Report Title: Census 1951: England and Wales: County Report: Yorkshire West Riding), Table 26 : " Occupied Population in 3 Age Sections by 5 Terminal Education Ages - Abridge Analysis for Urban Areas with population of less than 50,000, RD".

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Terminal Education Age
All Stated Ages
Under 15
20 and over
Not Stated
England and Wales Dep Total   13,005,924 Show data context 9,810,308 Show data context 1,333,186 Show data context 989,838 Show data context 571,054 Show data context 301,538 Show data context 1,057,618 Show data context
England Dep Drill-down 12,272,713 Show data context 9,258,537 Show data context 1,254,665 Show data context 937,906 Show data context 538,953 Show data context 282,652 Show data context 957,306 Show data context
Wales Dep Drill-down 733,211 Show data context 551,771 Show data context 78,521 Show data context 51,932 Show data context 32,101 Show data context 18,886 Show data context 100,312 Show data context

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1 This table is a combination of Table 25 and Table 26 in the county reports. The row and column labels have been taken from Table 26 as the geographically more detailed table. Table 25 has been selectively transcribed to match the information available in Table 26.


The following notes to the table appeared in the original report.

1 See notes on p. lx.
2 Occupied population includes persons returned as "out of work" but excludes persons returned as "retired".

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