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4713.4.55.001 - Population Characteristics, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians , South Australia, Aug 2001  
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  • Tables on Population Characteristics, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians, South Australia (I-Note)

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This EXCEL workbook contains thirty-four (34) tables for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in South Australia, being companion data to the publication Population Characteristics, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians, 2001 (cat. no. 4713.0), released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics on 30 October 2003.

The data cube in this document contains information from the 2001 Census on the demographic, social and economic characteristics of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in South Australia. Another data cube containing eighteen (18) tables with State/Territory comparisons is also available.


LIST OF TABLES - SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Chapter 2: POPULATION DISTRIBUTION AND STRUCTURE

2.3Estimated resident population, Indigenous status by age by sex, 30 June 2001
2.4Estimated resident population, Indigenous status by Section of State and South Australia, 30 June 2001

Chapter 3:HOUSEHOLD COMPOSITION

3.1Occupied private dwellings, household type by whether household has Indigenous person(s) by Remoteness Areas and South Australia, 2001
3.2Occupied private dwellings, number of dependent children (under 15 years of age) by whether household has Indigenous person(s) by household type, South Australia, 2001
3.3Persons in occupied private dwellings, relationship in household by Indigenous status, South Australia, 2001
3.4Indigenous persons in occupied private dwellings, relationship in household by Remoteness Areas and South Australia, 2001

Chapter 4: LANGUAGE, RELIGION AND ANCESTRY

4.1Language spoken at home by age by Indigenous status, South Australia, 1996 and 2001
4.2Indigenous persons, language spoken at home by age by Remoteness Areas and South Australia, 2001
4.3Most commonly spoken languages by Indigenous status, South Australia, 2001
4.5Religious affiliation by Indigenous status by Remoteness Areas and South Australia, 2001
4.6Birthplace of parents and individual ancestry by Indigenous status by Remoteness Areas and South Australia, 2001

Chapter 5: EDUCATION AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY USE

5.2Type of educational institution attended by age by Indigenous status, 1996 and 2001
5.3Persons aged 15 years and over, type of educational institution attended by age by Indigenous status by Remoteness Areas and South Australia, 2001
5.4Persons aged 15 years and over, highest level of schooling completed by Indigenous status by Remoteness Areas and South Australia, 2001
5.5Persons aged 15 years and over, whether has a non-school qualification by Indigenous status by Remoteness Areas and South Australia, 1996 and 2001
5.8Computer use (at home) and Internet use in the week preceding the 2001 Census, by Indigenous status by sex by age, South Australia, 2001
5.10Internet use in the week preceding the 2001 Census and location of use by Indigenous status, South Australia, 2001
5.11Persons aged 18 years and over, computer use (at home) and Internet use in the week preceding the 2001 Census, by Indigenous status by summary characteristics, South Australia, 2001

Chapter 6: WORK

6.1Persons aged 15 years and over, labour force status by Indigenous status by Remoteness Areas and South Australia, 2001
6.2Persons aged 15 years and over, labour force status by Indigenous status by age, South Australia, 1996 and 2001
6.5Employed persons aged 15 years and over, summary characteristics by Indigenous status by sex, South Australia, 2001
6.6Employed persons aged 15 years and over, industry and sector of employment by Indigenous status by Remoteness Areas and South Australia, 2001
6.7Employed persons aged 15 years and over, occupation by Indigenous status by Remoteness Areas and South Australia, 2001

Chapter 7: INCOME


7.1

Persons in occupied private dwellings, mean weekly equivalised gross household income by income quintile by Indigenous status by Remoteness Areas and South Australia, 2001

7.3

Persons aged 15 years and over, gross weekly individual income by Indigenous status by age, South Australia, 2001

7.4

Persons aged 15 years and over, gross weekly individual income by Indigenous status by Remoteness Areas and South Australia, 2001

7.5

Persons aged 15 years and over, gross weekly individual income by Indigenous status by labour force status, South Australia, 2001

7.6

Employed persons aged 15 years and over, median weekly gross individual income by Indigenous status by occupation by sex, South Australia, 2001

Chapter 8: HOUSING AND TRANSPORT


8.1

Occupied private dwellings, dwelling structure and tenure type by whether household has Indigenous person(s) by Remoteness Areas and South Australia, 2001

8.4

Occupied private dwellings, number of bedrooms, average number of residents and housing utilisation by whether household has Indigenous person(s) by Remoteness Areas and South Australia, 2001

8.5

Occupied private dwellings, monthly housing loan repayments and weekly rent payments by whether household has Indigenous person(s) by Remoteness Areas and South Australia, 2001

8.6

Persons in occupied private dwellings, mean weekly equivalised gross household income by income quintile by tenure type by whether living in a household with Indigenous person(s) by Remoteness Areas and South Australia, 2001

8.7

Persons in occupied private dwellings, proportion of mean weekly equivalised gross household income spent on housing costs by tenure type by whether living in a household with Indigenous person(s) by Remoteness Areas and South Australia, 2001

8.9

Occupied private dwellings, number of motor vehicles and motorbikes/scooters by whether household has Indigenous person(s) by Remoteness Areas and South Australia, 2001


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