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Equalities in Scotland’s Growth Economic Sectors: Final Report

Sutherland, Victoria; McGregor, Alan; Kromydas, Theocharis; Macdougall, Lynne; McTier, Alexander;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jan 2015
  • Publisher: Scottish Enterprise
  • Country: India
Abstract
Aims\ud The purpose of the study was to examine equality issues in Scotland’s growth sectors since baseline research carried out in 2009, focusing on trends in the following protected characteristics: gender; age; disabilities; ethnic minorities; gender reassignment; marital and civil partnership status; maternity and pregnancy; religion and belief; and sexual orientation. Scotland’s growth sectors are identified as: creative industries; energy; financial and business services; food and drink; life sciences; tourism; universities; chemical sciences; construction; engineering; and ICT and digital technologies.\ud \ud Methods\ud The methodology primarily consisted...
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Figure A3.14: Young People as % of Total Self-employment in Growth Sectors, 2009 and 2013, Scotland Figure A3.16: Young People as % of Total Self-employment in Growth Sectors, 2009 and 2013, Highlands and Islands Enterprise Area Figure A3.17: Older People as % of Total Self-employment in Growth Sectors, 2009 and 2013, Scotland Figure A3.19: Older People as % of Total Self-employment in Growth Sectors, 2009 and 2013, Highlands and Islands Enterprise Area 0 5

Source: Financial Analysis Made Easy (FAME) database 5 0 5 Source: Annual Population Survey

Note: Data is not available for energy (2013), life sciences (2009), sustainable tourism (2013), universities, chemical sciences, engineering (2013) and ICT and digital technologies (2013) (as fewer than 30 cases).

0 Source: Annual Population Survey

Note: Data is not available for any sectors except financial and business services in 2013 as fewer than 30 cases.

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