ANALYSIS

Midlands Output Structure
Midlands Output Structure

The Midlands has a total population of 10,632,372, representing 16.1% of the total population of the United Kingdom. It encompasses cities such as Leicester, Nottingham, Wolverhampton, Coventry and the UK’s second largest city – Birmingham.

Midlands Employment Demand
Midlands Employment Demand

Midlands job creation was faster than in any other region in July.


REPORTS

We produce a range of research on sectoral trends within the Midlands Economy - our most recent reports are shown here.

Briefing Note: North Rhine Westphalia and the West Midlands

Recent Research

Briefing Note: North Rhine Westphalia and the West…

18 Jan 2019

Briefing note on the links between…

Regional Monitor - January 2019

Recent Research

Regional Monitor - January 2019

16 Jan 2019

Latest Global Trends, Regional PMI, Output…

Regional Monitor - December 2018

Recent Research

Regional Monitor - December 2018

13 Dec 2018

Latest Global Trends, Regional PMI, Output…


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