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Hey everyone,

Getting a little stressed here. Been searching around and really struggling to find precisely what I am looking for.

I'm trying to construct some data for an essay, basically a graph comparing the GDP Rate to the Unemployment Rate in the UK Economy. I couldn't find a ready-made graph online.

What I am finding hard though is finding the yearly unemployment rate from the year 2000 to the year 2013. While, I have found data on GDP, if there is comparable data for the exact year range in question - that would be helpful also.

Anyone know where I could find this? I keep finding unemployment figures, rather than the actual rate, or it is monthly, or the wrong measure - and it is getting extremely frustrating.

If anyone could help out a little, that'd be great
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(Original post by will2348)
Hey everyone,

Getting a little stressed here. Been searching around and really struggling to find precisely what I am looking for.

I'm trying to construct some data for an essay, basically a graph comparing the GDP Rate to the Unemployment Rate in the UK Economy. I couldn't find a ready-made graph online.

What I am finding hard though is finding the yearly unemployment rate from the year 2000 to the year 2013. While, I have found data on GDP, if there is comparable data for the exact year range in question - that would be helpful also.

Anyone know where I could find this? I keep finding unemployment figures, rather than the actual rate, or it is monthly, or the wrong measure - and it is getting extremely frustrating.

If anyone could help out a little, that'd be great
The information about this can found on the world bank website. Click on data then choose economic growth, then click data, this will provide info on different countries and on the left hand side you adjust the information you may need.
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(Original post by will2348)
Hey everyone,

Getting a little stressed here. Been searching around and really struggling to find precisely what I am looking for.

I'm trying to construct some data for an essay, basically a graph comparing the GDP Rate to the Unemployment Rate in the UK Economy. I couldn't find a ready-made graph online.

What I am finding hard though is finding the yearly unemployment rate from the year 2000 to the year 2013. While, I have found data on GDP, if there is comparable data for the exact year range in question - that would be helpful also.

Anyone know where I could find this? I keep finding unemployment figures, rather than the actual rate, or it is monthly, or the wrong measure - and it is getting extremely frustrating.

If anyone could help out a little, that'd be great
This might be too late for you, but if others need this:

Use the ONS website and go for the time series data section.

For GDP download the time series ABMI
For unemployment download the time series MGSX if you want the rate or MGSC if you want the level.
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