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As part of the ongoing development of the Claimant Count since the introduction of Universal Credit, the series now includes Claimants from the Department for Work and Pensions' Full Universal Credit Service. This results in upwards revisions to the Claimant Count.
Revisions to the Claimant Count arising from moving from out of work Universal Credit claimants to those required to seek and be available for work.
Keywords: Jobseeker’s Allowance, out of work”, claiming benefit, claimants
The claimant count measure of unemployment-related benefits.
Jobseeker's Allowance, Universal Credit and the Claimant Count: Changes to the Measurement of the Claimant CountFrom the June 2015 edition of the Labour Market release the experimental measure, that includes Universal Credit claimants who are not in work, will become the new Claimant Count, replacing the previous measure based only on Jobseeker’s Allowance claimants.
Keywords: labour market, LFS, Labour force survey, AWE, average weekly earnings, articles, employment, unemployment, jobs