Huntingdonshire
District Figures

Huntingdonshire is the county’s largest district by land area and has four main market towns: Huntingdon, St Ives, St Neots and Ramsey. It is predominantly rural, with village settlements providing the main focus for community facilities outside of the market towns. Huntingdonshire lies south of Peterborough and shares boundaries with Fenland, East Cambridgeshire and South Cambridgeshire districts in the east. The River Ouse crosses the district in the south, and the River Nene forms the northern and western boundaries. In Huntingdonshire, 15% of all employment is in manufacturing.

The population of Huntingdonshire

Population

Number of people of working age

Source: ONS 2020 Mid year population estimates

Number of people who are economically active

Males

Females

In Total

Source: Annual population survey : Apr 2020-March 2021

Number of people in employment

People in employment

Percentage in employment

Total number of people

Source: Annual population survey : Apr 2020-March 2021

Annual Gross Pay averages

2009

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2010

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2011

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2013

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2016

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2017

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2018

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2019

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2020

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Source: Annual survey of hours and earnings - resident analysis 2020

Number of people employed by occupation

Managers, Directors and Senior Officials

Professional Occupations

Associate Prof & Tech Occupations

Administrative and Secretarial Occupations

Skilled Trades Occupations

Caring, Leisure and Other Service Occupations

Sales and Customer Service Occupations

Process, Plant and Machine Operatives

Elementary occupations

Source: Annual population survey : Apr 2020-March 2021

Employment by enterprise size

Micro (0 to 9)

Small (10 to 49)

Medium-sized (50 to 249)

Large (250+)

In Total

Source: UK Business Counts 2020