Diversity Index - Ethnicity

Last Updated – 22 May 2024                    Next Update – 22 June 2024

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The data reveals significant regional disparities in counts and percentages. London has the highest count (88,115) and percentage (39.08%), indicating a concentration of cases in the capital. The West Midlands (10.19%) and North West (11.25%) also exhibit notable figures. Conversely, Northern Ireland and Wales have the lowest counts and percentages, suggesting comparatively lower incidence rates. This analysis underscores the importance of tailored regional strategies to address varying prevalence levels and mitigate risks effectively.

The data provides a snapshot of company distribution across various SIC codes. Wholesale and Retail Trade (SIC code G) dominates with 20.02%, followed by Real Estate Activities (SIC code L) at 12.76%. Sectors like Agriculture (SIC code A) and Mining (SIC code B) have minimal representation, each below 0.15%. Overall, it showcases the varied landscape of industries, with some sectors significantly more prevalent than others.

* The Percentages & Counts may not add up due to a company being able to trade under multiple SIC Codes.

The data shows a diverse distribution of risk levels, with low risk being the most prevalent (28.08%) followed closely by very high risk (27.13%). Moderate-risk cases are also significant (19.83%), while high-risk instances are the least common (2.03%). A notable proportion experiences very low risk (22.86%). This indicates a need for tailored risk management strategies addressing the varying degrees of risk across different population segments or samples analysed.

The data indicates that the majority of companies have turnovers between 1 to 500K (79.16%), with smaller percentages in higher turnover brackets. Only a negligible number of companies have turnovers greater than 500M (0.02%). This suggests a dominance of smaller turnover companies and a rarity of those with significantly higher turnovers.

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