HC Deb 19 July 1976 vol 915 c400W
Mr. Wigley

asked the Secretary of State for Employment what is the full-time job equivalent, assuming (a) a 40-hour week and (b) a 35-hour week of the hours of overtime worked in each county employment exchange area or economic planning region of Wales and in Wales as a whole by employees in manufacturing industry; and how these figures compare with the number of unemployed manufacturing workers in each area.

Mr. Golding

The following information, which is available only for Wales as a whole, is for May 1976. The overtime hours shown are those worked by operatives in manufacturing industries. The numbers unemployed comprise all workers registered for employment whose last job was in manufacturing industries: