1951 Census of Scotland, Occupations and Industries (with some particulars of (a) the extent to which perple live in one area but work in another, and (b) occupations in relation to school leaving age). (Laid before Parliament pursuant to Section 4 (1), Census Act, 1920), Table 17 : " Occupied Population classified according to 11 terminal educational ages, (a) Scotland by 9 age sections and (b) Administrative, etc. Areas by All Ages for ".

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Gender Age at which Full-time education ceased
All Stated Ages
Under 13
22 and over
Not Stated
Aberdeenshire ScoCnty Total   Males 43,162 Show data context 601 Show data context 1,773 Show data context 32,301 Show data context 5,123 Show data context 1,446 Show data context 589 Show data context 311 Show data context 66 Show data context 98 Show data context 133 Show data context 721 Show data context 29 Show data context
    14,087 Show data context 83 Show data context 255 Show data context 8,168 Show data context 3,180 Show data context 877 Show data context 353 Show data context 222 Show data context 94 Show data context 234 Show data context 265 Show data context 356 Show data context 17 Show data context

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1 This table is a 10% sample of all households.
2 The national totals included a breakdown of rows by age bands. The smaller geographical units have no age band breakdown and only contain the total for all ages therefore only the national figures for All ages have been utilised here.

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