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. Comment on how the data shown for Lincolnshire indicates a need for regeneration.

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1. Comment on how the data shown for Lincolnshire indicates a need for regeneration. (10 Marks) The data shown for Lincolnshire indicates that there is a need for regeneration. Firstly, Lincolnshire has the second fewest number of people who are employed out of the six counties at 247 people. It also has the high number of people who are self-employed at 12.3%. This suggests that Lincolnshire few job available, which then forces people to become self-employed if they are unable to find a job working for a company. ...read more.

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From data collected in 2002, I have found that Lincolnshire has a large scale industry in agriculture, construction, hotels & restaurants, public admin and wholesale & retail and health and social work, but has a small scale in financial intermediation, real estate business, mining & quarrying and manufacturing. It also has no industry that is growing at what is considered a 'fast' rate. This suggests to me that Lincolnshire is in need of regeneration, as it has a large primary industry but has a smaller secondary. ...read more.

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Additionally, from the population pyramid for East Lindsey in Figure 10, we can see that there is a large amount of people in this area over the age of 50-70 and a fewer amount of people who are around the ages of 20 - 45. This indicates that Easy Lindsey attracts more mature, older people and doesn't really appeal to younger people who probably move out of the area once they leave home. This suggests that this area in particular definitely needs regenerating so it appeals to a variety of age groups, not just older people. ?? ?? ?? ?? Gabrielle Albert Geography 29/03/2011 Miss Sowell ...read more.

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