§ Mr. Ray Powell
asked the Secretary of State for Employment how many jobs supported by the temporary short-time working compensation scheme there are in each county in Wales for the last month for which figures are available; and what percentage of the total insured working population in each county each figure represents.
§ Mr. Peter Morrison
The following table shows the number of potentially redundant jobs covered in applications that were current on 1 June 1981, for each county in Wales.
1 June 1981 Area A B Potentially redundant jobs Column A as a per-centage of all employed and registered unemployed people* Clwyd 4,068 3.3 Gwent 4,897 2.8 Dyfed 1,853 1.7 Gwynedd 851 1.0 Mid Glamorgan 5,541 3.9 West Glamorgan 4,020 1.9 South Glamorgan 2,838 1.4 Powys 529 1.9 * Figures are based on the latest available estimates of all employed and registered unemployed people in each case. They do not include members of Her Majesty's Forces or the self-employed.