Annual Household Income


MOSAIC TABLE
Results by GEOGRAPHY
Time_SeriesTownTotal_Income(£)Total_HouseholdsMedian(£)Mean(£)
2006Oldbury538,130,80020,02423,40026,874
2006Rowley Regis553,728,00020,68123,00026,775
2006Smethwick528,605,20019,92622,40026,528
2006Tipton375,880,40015,13820,70024,830
2006Wednesbury346,162,20014,49020,90023,890
2006West Bromwich786,169,10029,67022,50026,497
2007Oldbury566,045,80019,93624,73428,393
2007Rowley Regis585,599,20020,61624,12328,405
2007Smethwick544,430,40019,60723,67427,767
2007Tipton401,054,50015,13622,41726,497
2007Wednesbury373,630,60014,51622,68225,739
2007West Bromwich818,093,20029,34723,95827,877
2008Oldbury594,966,70920,34025,59829,251
2008Rowley Regis601,114,36220,90724,39828,752
2008Smethwick557,727,18520,00523,59827,879
2008Tipton415,758,81015,43522,29726,936
2008Wednesbury392,237,25914,69323,09826,696
2008West Bromwich858,887,27929,93024,29728,697
2009Oldbury612,625,50020,47125,82729,927
2009Rowley Regis611,182,93020,83424,60329,336
2009Smethwick566,638,66020,25123,89327,981
2009Tipton437,081,26015,67223,37227,889
2009Wednesbury403,130,79014,58024,08027,650
2009West Bromwich866,461,76029,74024,96929,135
Results by MOSAIC GROUP
Time_SeriesMosaic_GroupTotal_Income(£)Total_HouseholdsMedian(£)Mean(£)
2006B Residents of small and mid-sized towns with strong local roots91,903,4002,95924,30031,059
2006C Wealthy people living in the most sought after neighbourhoods5,396,60012339,50043,875
2006D Successful professionals living in suburban or semi-rural homes51,177,3001,41833,70036,091
2006E Middle income families living in moderate suburban semis432,849,80013,23523,30032,705
2006F Couples with young children in comfortable modern housing69,874,8001,83831,20038,017
2006G Young, well-educated city dwellers39,386,5001,12935,70034,886
2006H Couples and young singles in small modern starter homes160,740,8004,65432,00034,538
2006I Lower income workers in urban terraces in often diverse areas416,770,20015,69517,90026,554
2006J Owner occupiers in older-style housing in ex-industrial areas413,055,40014,82218,60027,868
2006K Residents with sufficient incomes in right-to-buy social housing707,091,90029,48723,50023,980
2006L Active elderly people living in pleasant retirement locations32,137,7001,14123,40028,166
2006M Elderly people reliant on state support229,024,20011,12915,90020,579
2006N Young people renting flats in high density social housing184,193,1008,72422,10021,113
2006O Families in low-rise social housing with high levels of benefit need279,706,90012,92520,40021,641
2006U Unclassified10,807,500465-23,242
2007B Residents of small and mid-sized towns with strong local roots94,726,4002,89626,50032,709
2007C Wealthy people living in the most sought after neighbourhoods5,521,20012141,09845,630
2007D Successful professionals living in suburban or semi-rural homes53,066,1001,40435,17737,796
2007E Middle income families living in moderate suburban semis449,518,60013,04421,74734,462
2007F Couples with young children in comfortable modern housing75,441,2001,88034,44740,128
2007G Young, well-educated city dwellers40,713,4001,10939,27336,712
2007H Couples and young singles in small modern starter homes194,938,2005,50925,89235,385
2007I Lower income workers in urban terraces in often diverse areas430,206,80015,50418,67327,748
2007J Owner occupiers in older-style housing in ex-industrial areas429,649,40014,60322,93429,422
2007K Residents with sufficient incomes in right-to-buy social housing740,998,10029,03819,07925,518
2007L Active elderly people living in pleasant retirement locations33,296,1001,12524,85429,597
2007M Elderly people reliant on state support239,851,80011,06125,36721,684
2007N Young people renting flats in high density social housing194,194,2008,64019,92722,476
2007O Families in low-rise social housing with high levels of benefit need295,161,30012,77623,20723,103
2007U Unclassified10,269,000401-25,608
2008B Residents of small and mid-sized towns with strong local roots101,704,6322,90532,00035,010
2008C Wealthy people living in the most sought after neighbourhoods6,293,03112142,89852,009
2008D Successful professionals living in suburban or semi-rural homes56,511,7751,40837,89840,136
2008E Middle income families living in moderate suburban semis468,461,72813,05728,29735,878
2008F Couples with young children in comfortable modern housing84,443,3111,94245,19543,483
2008G Young, well-educated city dwellers45,394,4471,21132,39837,485
2008H Couples and young singles in small modern starter homes233,716,2676,64234,09435,188
2008I Lower income workers in urban terraces in often diverse areas434,754,15915,73121,89827,637
2008J Owner occupiers in older-style housing in ex-industrial areas451,597,91314,65628,19930,813
2008K Residents with sufficient incomes in right-to-buy social housing762,555,51729,19121,79726,123
2008L Active elderly people living in pleasant retirement locations33,919,1311,12929,59830,044
2008M Elderly people reliant on state support245,557,64811,27214,10021,785
2008N Young people renting flats in high density social housing194,835,5758,90228,69921,887
2008O Families in low-rise social housing with high levels of benefit need293,107,98212,84429,89822,821
2008U Unclassified7,838,487299-26,216
2009B Residents of small and mid-sized towns with strong local roots104,048,8902,90133,08935,867
2009C Wealthy people living in the most sought after neighbourhoods5,826,75011944,46148,964
2009D Successful professionals living in suburban or semi-rural homes56,739,6001,39032,08240,820
2009E Middle income families living in moderate suburban semis480,811,13013,02932,34936,903
2009F Couples with young children in comfortable modern housing82,764,2501,93539,10342,772
2009G Young, well-educated city dwellers42,453,3301,20822,26635,143
2009H Couples and young singles in small modern starter homes241,829,3507,06234,27434,244
2009I Lower income workers in urban terraces in often diverse areas434,485,86015,66522,70627,736
2009J Owner occupiers in older-style housing in ex-industrial areas462,955,40014,62630,71231,653
2009K Residents with sufficient incomes in right-to-buy social housing784,373,08029,07520,74526,978
2009L Active elderly people living in pleasant retirement locations34,711,0701,12031,70130,992
2009M Elderly people reliant on state support256,842,84011,22014,68322,892
2009N Young people renting flats in high density social housing200,253,0108,87819,81122,556
2009O Families in low-rise social housing with high levels of benefit need294,566,35012,79526,64723,022
2009U Unclassified8,732,940327-26,706
 

Metadata
Title CACI Paycheck Data 2006-09
Description CACI Paycheck Data 2006-09: Postcode level modelled gross income data
Theme Deprivation & Income
Sub-theme
Topic CACI paycheck data
Keywords Income; Salary; CACI; Paycheck; Income Band; Housing; Household; Economy; Affordability; Average; homes; council; private; Affordability of housing; gross income; mean; median
Period Start 2006/06
Period End 2009/06
Frequency Calendar Year
Smallest Geographical Unit Postcode
Largest Geographical Unit UK
Methodology Using statistics on UK average earnings change published by ONS, income information on records from the EFS are inflated to represent 2011 income, then banded into income bands each covering a range of 10,000 per year, up to a top band of 100,000+ per year). The mean 2011 income is 36,000 per year. A distribution is fitted to the EFS data to provide a proforma distribution which will be used for modelling income at small-area level. The distribution used is a modified lognormal distribution which gives a lose fit to the observed income distribution across the full range of observed incomes. The calculation of local area statistics proceeds by applying income correction factors to DLG records, and deriving summary statistics at local area level for the corrected DLG income. The mean is calculated by adding up the numbers in a sample and dividing that answer by the sample size. The median salary is the "middle" value. That is to say, if you listed all the samples from lowest to highest, the median would be right in the middle.
Original Source CACI Ltd
Date Received 2009/06
Copyright CACI Ltd, Paycheck Data: http://www.caci.co.uk/
Data Source Owner Research Sandwell
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Date added to LIS 28/09/2009
Added By John Flood
 
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