1367.2 - State and Regional Indicators, Victoria, Dec 2007  
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PART-TIME WORKERS

In November quarter 2007, there were 550,900 part-time workers in the Melbourne MSR. From November quarter 2006 to November quarter 2007 total part-time workers increased by 14,300 persons (2.7%) in the Melbourne MSR. Females accounted for the majority of part-time workers (69.4%) in the Melbourne MSR. Most part-time workers (76.3%) preferred not to work more hours, and this was more common amongst females than males.


In the Balance of Victoria, the total number of part-time workers in November quarter 2007 was 222,400, an increase of 21,000 persons (10.4%) since November quarter 2006. The majority of these part-time workers (72.2%) preferred not to work more hours. Again this response was more prevalent amongst females than males.

Graph: Part-Time Workers' Intention: November Quarter—2007


View underlying table as an Excel spreadsheet: 1367.2 Table 8, Part Time Workers, By Sex, Melbourne (file size 11kB).


View underlying table as an Excel spreadsheet: 1367.2 Table 9, Part Time Workers, By Sex, Balance of Victoria (file size 11kB).


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