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5673.0.55.003 - Wage and Salary Earner Statistics for Small Areas, Time Series, 2003-04 to 2006-07  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 12/03/2010   
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AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY


TOP AVERAGE WAGE AND SALARY INCOME REGIONS, 2006-07

The SLAs with the highest Wage and salary income in the Australian Capital Territory in 2006-07 were all clustered south or south-east of the centre of Canberra.

Top Average Wages and Salaries, Australian Capital Territory

Average Annual Income
2003-04
2004-05
2005-06
2006-07
Average
Annual
Growth
Rate
Top 5 SLAs(a)
$
$
$
$
%

Canberra SD
Forrest
54 816
59 208
59 302
61 208
3.7
Red Hill
54 802
59 187
59 309
61 154
3.7
Griffith
54 612
58 907
59 189
61 048
3.8
Kingston
52 886
56 496
58 380
60 172
4.4
Narrabundah
52 903
56 487
58 367
60 165
4.4
Canberra SD
42 841
45 392
47 071
49 122
4.7
Balance of ACT(b)
40 061
43 031
44 503
46 868
5.4

(a) Top 5 SLAs exclude regions with less than 100 Wage and salary earners
(b) Excludes SLA 'ACT Unknown'


For more information about these regions, refer to the ABS National Regional Profile (NRP). The NRP presents, for all Australia, a range of data for various types of small regions. Data are available for Local Government Areas, Statistical Local Areas and other larger geographies. The NRP is intended for users interested in the characteristics of regions and in comparing regions across Australia. Data are presented as a five year time series, where available.


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