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New Deal for Young People: Cleethorpes

Volume 470: debated on Wednesday 23 January 2008

To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions what the destination was upon leaving of individuals who participated in the new deal for young people in Cleethorpes constituency. (179717)

The information requested is in the following tables.

Immediate destination of individuals on leaving the NDYP in Cleethorpes parliamentary constituency1

Number

Percentage

Sustained employment

1,100

51.4

Employment and benefits

60

2.8

Benefits

Jobseeker’s allowance

120

5.6

Income support

60

2.8

Incapacity benefit

30

1.4

Income support and incapacity benefit

150

7.0

Other

50

2.3

Other known

130

6.1

Off benefits/unknown

430

20.1

1 Cumulative data to May 2007

Notes:

1. Figures are rounded to the nearest 10.

2. Percentages are of total leavers (2,140)

3. Immediate destination is measured within two weeks of leaving new deal, using information from the Work and Pensions Longitudinal Study (WPLS).

4. People recorded as leaving to employment and benefits have evidence of both employment and have an active benefit.

5. ‘Benefits—Other’ includes all benefits which have not been included individually in the table, eg pension credit.

6. ‘Other known’ includes people going back into education and people moving abroad.

Source:

Department for Work and Pensions, Information Directorate

Leavers to sustained employment: Immediate destination of individuals on leaving the NDYP in Cleethorpes parliamentary constituency1

Number/percentage

Total of individuals leaving NDYP in Cleethorpes

2,140

Total of individuals leaving NDYP in Cleethorpes with a known destination

1,710

Total of individuals leaving NDYP in Cleethorpes into sustained employment

1,100

Individuals leaving NDYP in Cleethorpes into sustained employment as a percentage of those individuals leaving NDYP in Cleethorpes with a known destination

64.3

1 Cumulative data to May 2007.

Notes:

1. Figures are rounded to the nearest 10.

2. Percentages are of total leavers (2,140)

3. Immediate destination is measured within two weeks of leaving new deal, using information from the Work and Pensions Longitudinal Study (WPLS). People recorded as leaving to employment and benefits have evidence of both employment and have an active benefit.

Source:

Department for Work and Pensions, Information Directorate