143,766 residents have work with business services employing 20% and retail, 16%
21.9% of Ealing residents have no formal qualifications but this is lower than the London average of 23.7% and outer London's 24.4% average indicating a greater proportion of educated in degree level.
15.1% have a limiting long term illness similar to London and outer London's average (CRIT, 2005)
Average life expectancy in Ealing is 75.8 for males and 80.8 for females
16% of Ealing's are within the top 20% most deprived in England while 5% are within the 10% most deprived
Age and gender details:
Since 1991, proportion of older people and children in Ealing decreased slightly
19.9% are under 16 years of age
11.5% are over 65
There is a 1.5% decrease of those aged 16-24 as compared to 2001 statistics
25-44 and 45-59 age brackets saw a slight increase
42% of residents are aged under 30 years old
68% are aged under 44 years olds
Generally, there are more older women than older men
More boys than girls
Employment and Workforce
80,000 are identified not working as full-time students, already retired, or looking after home and family, unable to work due to long-term sickness or disability or economically inactive
145,000 in workforce indicating one person in 10 of the 65-74 age group as still in employment
8,800 are unemployed leaving 136,000 residents in work as employees or self-employed workers including students with part-time jobs
54, 000 or 37% live and work in Ealing while 47% are people with jobs in Ealing.
68% of residents from 16-74 are economically active (2001 est.) representing 70% of men and 58% of women
5.75% of the economically active are unemployed
28% are long-term unemployed and 13% had never worked
143,766 are employed...
The borough uses an interweaving pattern of town centres, employment areas, industrial estates, freestanding retail centres such as westway Cross and other community facilities including the Ealing Hospital.
According to the Association of Public Health Observatories (2006), in cooperation with the Department of Health and National Health Services, Ealing's wards is one of the least deprived in England where six are the most deprived. 59% of its population is from the White ethnic group, 25% from the Asian ethnic group and 9% from the Black ethnic group. Its GCSE achievement is higher, and teenage pregnancy is lower, with a higher level of violent crimes as compared to London's average. Support is given to many more Ealing's older people at home than the national average. Estimates also suggest that binge drinking and obesity are less common and healthy eating is more common. Death arte from heart disease and stroke is high. The APHO (2006) added there is lower death rate from cancers. Road injuries and deaths are high which is identical with other London boroughs. There are more people with diabetes while children's tooth decay is common.
In general, Ealing provides the following health services to its residents: for health promotion, sports and leisure has the Active Ealing team encourage participation in sport and promote healthy, active lifestyles across t