Brexit Job Loss Index: 436,296 Jobs Lost As Of 31 January 2020

The Brexit Job Loss Index is an attempt to keep track of the number of jobs lost in the UK due to Brexit.

Here are the key stats (last updated 31/01/2020):

Total Jobs Lost: 436,296

Total Annual Wages Lost*: £12,511,660,392

Reduction in Annual Income Tax & National Insurance Receipts**: £3,747,289,625.52

Job Losses By Region

Scotland: 30,223

Midlands: 26,318

North East: 22,324

London: 22,245

Wales 14,265

South West: 13,959

North West: 9,144

South East: 5,095

East of England: 5,027

Northern Ireland: 2,555

Gibraltar: 1,000

Southern England: 870

No specific region: 283,729

10 Worst Hit Cities & Towns

Glasgow: 24,612

London: 22,245

Wylfa Newydd: 9,350

Scunthorpe: 6077

Swindon: 4,951

Manchester: 4,912

Yorkshire: 4,362

Bridgend: 4,010

Derby: 4,000

Hull: 3287

10 Worst Hit Sectors

Automotive: 66,032

Transport: 39,143

Food & drink: 32,081

Finance: 18,399

Construction: 15,102

Clothing: 12,445

Aerospace: 4,324

Agriculture: 3,100

Hospitality: 2,700

Consumer durables: 2,556

ICT: 2,527

The full data for the above comes from a document published by Brexit Job Losses.

Employees who have been offered settlement agreements but have concerns about the real reason for dismissal should seek legal advice on the background circumstances.

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