§ 2. Mr. JAMES GRIFFITHS
asked the Minister of Labour the number of juveniles registered as unemployed in the county of Carmarthen; and the comparative figures for England and Wales and the counties of Glamorgan, Monmouth and Brecknockshire?
§ Mr. E. BROWN
At 27th April, 1936, there were 980 unemployed juveniles, aged 14 and under 18 years, on the registers of Employment Exchanges in Carmarthenshire. The corresponding figures for England and Wales, and for Glamorganshire, Monmouthshire and Brecknockshire were 97,660, 11,804, 2,820 and 173 respectively.
§ 3. Mr. GRIFFITHS
asked the Minister of Labour the number of unemployed juveniles on the registers at each of the following exchanges: Llanelly, Ammanford, Garnant, and Tumble; what percentage of juveniles are unemployed in those areas; and the comparative percentage for England and Wales?
§ Mr. BROWN
The numbers of unemployed juveniles, aged 14 and under 18 years, on the registers of these exchanges at 27th April were 412 at Llanelly, 223 at Ammanford, 77 at Garnant and 92 at Tumble. As there are no statistics show- 2163 ing the numbers of juveniles in employment in these localities at 27th April, I am unable to express these figures as percentages of unemployment.
§ Following is the reply:
§ The numbers of unemployed juveniles, aged under 18 years, on the registers of Employment Exchanges and Juvenile Employment Bureaux at Rochdale, Heywood, Oldham and Stockport at these dates, were as shown below:
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