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4153.0 - How Australians Use Their Time, 2006  
Latest ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 21/02/2008   
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This publication presents some interesting findings about Australian's use of time and how this is changing. It will present an Australian profle of average time use and focus on house various groups in society allocate their time, showing changes through life-cycle stages. Key groups include women, persons with disabilities, youths, elderly persons, students and parents. Insight will be provided into issues such as unpaid work, paid work, family caring and time spent on education and leisure. The impact that technology and time saving services have on our lives will also be examined.

Also available from the Time Use Survey is a package comprising a unit record file, a technical information paper and a user's guide.

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