6239.0 - Barriers and Incentives to Labour Force Participation, Australia, Aug 2004 to Jun 2005  
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TABLE 1. PERSONS AGED 18 YEARS AND OVER – Labour force status by sex and state View additional information Download Excel File (108 kB) Released 07/02/2006
TABLE 2. PERSONS AGED 18 YEARS AND OVER WHO USUALLY WORK 0–15 HOURS OR NOT EMPLOYED — Whether would like more hours or a paid job by selected characteristics  Download Excel File (133 kB)
TABLE 3. PERSONS AGED 18 YEARS AND OVER WHO WERE NOT IN THE LABOUR FORCE, WOULD LIKE A PAID JOB AND NOT AVAILABLE TO START WORK WITHIN FOUR WEEKS — Selected characteristics  Download Excel File (40 kB)
TABLE 4. PERSONS AGED 18 YEARS AND OVER WHO WOULD LIKE MORE HOURS OR A PAID JOB BUT NOT LOOKING, REASONS NOT LOOKING FOR MORE HOURS OR A PAID JOB  Download Excel File (44 kB)
TABLE 5. PERSONS AGED 18 YEARS AND OVER WHO WOULD LIKE MORE HOURS OR A PAID JOB, AND LOOKING AND AVAILABLE TO START WITHIN 4 WEEKS, MAIN DIFFICULTY FINDING WORK WITH MORE HOURS OR A PAID JOB   Download Excel File (40 kB)
TABLE 6. PERSONS AGED 18 YEARS AND OVER WHO WERE NOT IN THE LABOUR FORCE AND WERE WANTING TO WORK — Selected characteristics by preferred number of hours  Download Excel File (74 kB)
TABLE 7. PERSONS AGED 18 YEARS AND OVER WHO USUALLY WORK 0–15 HOURS — Selected characteristics by preferred number of hours  Download Excel File (73 kB)
TABLE 8. PERSONS AGED 18 YEARS AND OVER WHO DO NOT WANT MORE HOURS OR A PAID JOB, REASONS FOR NOT WANTING MORE HOURS OR A PAID JOB  Download Excel File (50 kB)
POPULATION AND DATA ITEMS LIST  Download Excel File (85 kB) Released 09/02/2006