Key IndicatorsPopulation clock 24,174,667 1 new person every 1 minute and 30 seconds Consumer price index 1.0% Annual change Jun 2016 All groups, original Gross domestic product 1.1% Quarterly change Mar 2016 Chain volume measure, seasonally adjusted Average weekly earnings $1,516.00 May 2016 Full time adults ordinary time, trend estimate Unemployment rate 5.7% Jul 2016 Monthly, trend estimate
- Wednesday 31 August 2016Catching up: why people work from homeCharacteristics of Employment, Australia
- Wednesday 31 August 2016Men and women - how do we compare?Gender Indicators, Australia
- Wednesday 31 August 2016Data on Employed persons now in TableBuilderMicrodata: Characteristics of Employment, Australia
- Tuesday 30 August 2016Dwelling approvals rise in JulyBuilding Approvals, Australia
- Tuesday 30 August 2016Key corporate document supporting ABS transformationABS Corporate Plan
Population by Age and Sex, Regions of Australia Australia's ageing population Recent data shows that Australia’s aged population (65 and over) increased by almost 20 per cent between 2010 and 2015. As of June 2015, Hobart had the oldest median age of any Australian capital city at 39.8 years, while Darwin had the youngest at 33.3 years. The median age in Australia was 37.4.
Gender Indicators, Australia, August 2016 Men and women - how do we compare? In the last decade, social and economic differences between men and women have seen gradual changes. Women are catching up to men in terms of having superannuation, though still not as much. Men are catching up to women in terms of completing year 12. More women than men work part-time, especially those with children.
11.6 million megalitres of water were used on Australian farms in 2013-14