6239.0 - Barriers and Incentives to Labour Force Participation, Australia, July 2016 to June 2017 Quality Declaration 
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6239.0 - Barriers and Incentives to Labour Force Participation and Retirement and Retirement Intentions Questionnaire (Sample only) Download Adobe PDF File (805 kB)
 

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B&I and R&RI 2016-17 Data Items List  Download Excel File (530 kB) Released 11/12/2017
TABLE 1. PERSONS AGED 18 YEARS AND OVER, Labour force status–By sex  Download Excel File (139 kB)Download Zip File (50 kB) Released 11/12/2017
TABLE 2. PERSONS AGED 18 YEARS AND OVER, USUALLY WORKED 0–34 HOURS PER WEEK OR NOT EMPLOYED, Whether wanted a job or more hours–By sex  Download Excel File (347 kB)Download Zip File (92 kB) Released 11/12/2017
TABLE 3. PERSONS AGED 18 YEARS AND OVER, USUALLY WORKED 0–34 HOURS PER WEEK OR NOT EMPLOYED, By occupation and industry of current or last job  Download Excel File (118 kB)Download Zip File (45 kB) Released 11/12/2017
TABLE 4. PERSONS AGED 18 YEARS AND OVER, WANTED A JOB OR MORE HOURS BUT WERE NOT AVAILABLE TO START WORK/MORE HOURS WITHIN FOUR WEEKS, By selected characteristics  Download Excel File (104 kB)Download Zip File (40 kB) Released 11/12/2017
TABLE 5. PERSONS AGED 18 YEARS AND OVER, WANTED A JOB OR MORE HOURS AND WERE AVAILABLE TO START WORK/MORE HOURS WITHIN FOUR WEEKS, Selected main reason not looking for work/more hours–By sex  Download Excel File (86 kB)Download Zip File (38 kB) Released 11/12/2017
TABLE 6. PERSONS AGED 18 YEARS AND OVER, WANTED A JOB OR MORE HOURS AND WERE AVAILABLE TO START WORK/MORE HOURS WITHIN FOUR WEEKS, Main reason not looking for work/more hours–By age  Download Excel File (103 kB)Download Zip File (39 kB) Released 11/12/2017
TABLE 7. PERSONS AGED 18 YEARS AND OVER, WANTED A JOB OR MORE HOURS AND WERE LOOKING AND AVAILABLE TO START WORK/MORE HOURS WITHIN FOUR WEEKS, Main difficulty finding work/more hours–By sex  Download Excel File (96 kB)Download Zip File (38 kB) Released 11/12/2017
TABLE 8. PERSONS AGED 18 YEARS AND OVER, WERE NOT IN THE LABOUR FORCE AND WANTED A JOB, Selected characteristics–By preferred number of hours  Download Excel File (155 kB)Download Zip File (50 kB) Released 11/12/2017
TABLE 9. PERSONS AGED 18 YEARS AND OVER, USUALLY WORKED 0–34 HOURS PER WEEK AND PREFERRED MORE HOURS, Selected characteristics–By preferred number of hours  Download Excel File (226 kB)Download Zip File (48 kB) Released 11/12/2017
TABLE 10. PERSONS AGED 18 YEARS AND OVER, DID NOT WANT A JOB OR MORE HOURS, Selected main reason for not wanting work/more hours–By sex  Download Excel File (151 kB)Download Zip File (50 kB) Released 11/12/2017
TABLE 11. PERSONS AGED 18 YEARS AND OVER, DID NOT WANT A PAID JOB, Selected main reason for not wanting work–By sex and age  Download Excel File (117 kB)Download Zip File (43 kB) Released 11/12/2017
TABLE 12. PERSONS AGED 18 YEARS AND OVER, USUALLY WORKED 0–34 HOURS PER WEEK AND DID NOT WANT MORE HOURS, Selected main reason for not wanting more hours–By sex and age  Download Excel File (125 kB)Download Zip File (44 kB) Released 11/12/2017
TABLE 13. PERSONS AGED 18–75 YEARS WHO WERE NOT EMPLOYED OR USUALLY WORK 0–34 HOURS PER WEEK, Incentives to join/increase participation in the labour force–By sex and importance of incentive  Download Excel File (86 kB)Download Zip File (37 kB) Released 11/12/2017
TABLE 14. PERSONS AGED 18–75 YEARS WHO WERE NOT EMPLOYED OR USUALLY WORK 0–34 HOURS PER WEEK, Incentives to join/increase participation in the labour force–By labour force status and importance of incentive  Download Excel File (98 kB)Download Zip File (40 kB) Released 11/12/2017
TABLE 15. PERSONS AGED 18–75 YEARS WHO WERE NOT EMPLOYED, Selected characteristics–By sex and age  Download Excel File (106 kB)Download Zip File (42 kB) Released 11/12/2017
TABLE 16. STATE OR TERRITORY OF USUAL RESIDENCE, Populations–By sex  Download Excel File (164 kB)Download Zip File (60 kB) Released 11/12/2017