Labour Market Information
The Oxfordshire Local Industrial Strategy recognises that developing ‘people’ and ‘skills’ will be critical to ensuring economic success. Skills and Labour Market research is needed to inform the area’s skills agenda. This can support more people in the local community to access high quality skills provision that leads to good jobs.
Our aim is to broaden local people’s knowledge and understanding of our labour market, raise aspirations and help them plan career pathways based on high-quality, up-to-date and locally relevant information.
Oxfordshire Labour Market and Skills Monitor
We have developed the Oxfordshire Labour Market and Skills Monitor – a web tool which enables you to access published labour market information all in one place. The information has been organised into three dashboards in order to be most useful for different audiences:
- Educators and Employers
- Oxfordshire Economic Stakeholders
Please use the buttons below to choose which best fits you.
This short film explains how to use the tool if you are a CareerSeeker. You may find it useful to watch this before clicking on the link above to access the tool.
This short film explains how to use the tool if you are an educator or an employer. You may find it useful to watch this before clicking on the link above to access the tool.
This short film explains how to use the tool if you are an economic stakeholder. You may find it useful to watch this before clicking on the link above to access the tool.
Your feedback matters
We are continually developing the Oxfordshire Labour Market and Skills Monitor to meet the needs of the people of Oxfordshire. Click here to give us your feedback - please tell us what you did and didn't like and what else you would like the tool to be able to do.
Oxfordshire Impact Labour Market Information (LMI)
Oxfordshire Impact LMI provides an overview of data analysis to support Oxfordshire to respond to the impact of COVID-19 on the labour market and to plan for recovery.
Further Labour Market Information and research
The latest labour market information for Oxfordshire can be found via the Nomis - labour market information for Oxfordshire.
Our latest research has carried out analysis of the skills and employment needs and priorities of the OxLEP area. Through the evidence and analysis undertaken there are several recurring themes. The full report and accompanying evidence base can be downloaded here.
Here are some of the key headlines: