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2901.0 - Census Dictionary, 2006 (Reissue)  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 17/11/2006  Reissue
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Place of Work
Place of Work is coded from the workplace address question on the Census form and relates to where the person worked in the week prior to Census Night.
Place of Work is coded to a Study Area and a Destination Zone. Study Areas and Destination Zones are designed by State Transport Authorities (STAs) in each state and territory. Study Areas and Destination Zones cover all of Australia.
Place of Work is a hierarchical field and can be broken into State, Study Area, Statistical Local Area and Destination Zone.
State/Territory
- Study Area - Detailed
- Statistical Local Area
- Destination Zone
- Study Area - Extended
- Statistical Local Area
- Destination Zone
Place of Work can be cross classified with Place of Usual Residence and/or Method of Travel to Work to provide Journey to Work data.
Applicable to: Employed persons
Total number of categories: Available on request
A list of categories is available from Information Consultancy, although the following are always included:
Not stated
Not applicable
Overseas visitor
Not applicable category comprises:
Unemployed persons, looking for either full-time or part-time work
Persons not in the labour force
Persons with Labour Force Status (LFS06P) not stated
Persons aged under 15 years


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