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8175.0 - Counts of Australian Business Operators, 2006 to 2007  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 01/10/2008  First Issue
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Family weekly income has been defined as the sum of the individual incomes reported by all family members aged 15 years and over.

One quarter (25%) of the families of business operators indicated their weekly family income was between $1000 and $1399, followed by 20% earning $1400-$1999 and 17% earning $500-$999 per week.

The proportion of families reporting $4000 per week or more in income was small, at 5%.

In general, families comprising non-business operators only were distributed in a similar way to those families where a business operator was present, although there was a greater proportion of households of business operators earning $1399 per week or less (46% compared with 41% for non-business operators). There was also a greater proportions earning $3500 per week or more (10% compared with 6%).

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