Cumbria comprises six administrative districts, all created in 1974.
The below table provides some useful headline figures for businesses looking to invest in Cumbria, and, by using the map opposite, for each of its six district areas.
This district profiler aims to give a brief picture of the economic landscape in Cumbria. More detailed statistics can be found under the Economy section of the Cumbria Intelligence Observatory website
|Working Age Population (2009)||304,176|
|JSA Claimants (Nov 2009)||7,485|
|Mean Full Time Earnings||£25,220|
|Available Employment Land (2009) (hectares)||398.7|
|Mean House Price (2nd qtr 2010)||£171,445|
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