Key IndicatorsPopulation clock 25,141,698 1 new person every 1 minute and 23 seconds. Consumer price index 1.9% September quarter 2018 All groups, original Gross domestic product 0.9% Quarterly change June 2018 Chain volume measure, seasonally adjusted Average weekly earnings $1,586.20 May 2018 Full time adults ordinary time, trend estimate Unemployment rate 5.1% October 2018 Monthly, trend estimate
- Tuesday 20 November 2018National Accounts release saving by household groupsAustralian National Accounts: Distribution of Household Income, Consumption and Wealth
- Monday 19 November 2018Aussies returning from Thailand - down 3.2%Overseas Arrivals and Departures, Australia
- Friday 16 November 2018ACT and Victoria record strongest growth in 2017-18Australian National Accounts: State Accounts
- Friday 16 November 2018Input-Output tables detail the structure of the economyAustralian National Accounts: Input-Output Tables (Product Details)
- Thursday 15 November 2018Trend unemployment rate falls to 5.1 per centLabour Force, Australia
Employment and Earnings, Public Sector, Australia, 2017-18 Modest growth in public sector Total public sector wages and employee numbers both increased slightly in 2017-18. Across three levels of government, total public sector wages increased 4 per cent. State government organisations saw the strongest growth, with employment increasing 2 per cent and cash wages and salaries increasing 4.7 per cent.
Regional Population by Age and Sex, Australia, 2017 Our oldest and youngest - where do they live? Median ages in popular coastal retirement destinations remain high, reaching 62.4 years old in Tea Gardens, north of Newcastle in New South Wales, and 59.6 in Bribie Island, Queensland. Conversely, areas populated largely by students and military personnel have low median ages, eg Acton, ACT (21.3) and Duntroon (21.9).
74% of Health Professionals are female