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6105.0 - Australian Labour Market Statistics, Jul 2005  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 07/10/2005   
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The tables listed below are included in the publication Australian Labour Market Statistics (cat. no. 6105.0). Electronic sources of the data in these tables can be found in Appendix 1.


1.1 Labour force status: trend series
1.2 Age by social marital status
1.3 States and territories, and capital cities
1.4 Educational attendance (aged 15-24)
1.5 Country of birth by year of arrival in Australia
1.6 Relationship in household
1.7 All families: family type by labour force status
1.8 International comparisons

2.1 Industry: trend series
2.2 Industry division and subdivision
2.3 Occupation major groups and sub-major groups
2.4 Industry and occupation by full-time/part-time status
2.5 Industry and occupation by status in employment
2.6 Actual hours worked: industry and occupation
2.7 Actual hours worked
2.8 Actual and usual hours worked
2.9 Full-time workers who worked less than 35 hours
2.10 Future employment expectations by job tenure
2.11 Public sector employees

3.1 Duration of unemployment by age
3.2 Long-term unemployed persons: trend series
3.3 Reason for unemployment by industry and occupation of last job

4.1 Labour underutilisation: population counts and rates
4.2 Labour underutilisation: age
4.3 Labour underutilisation: states and territories
4.4 Part-time workers: whether preferred to work more hours
4.5 Persons not in the labour force: whether looking for work

5.1 Wage price index
5.2 Average weekly earnings: trend series
5.3 Compensation of employees and related measures: trend series

6.1 Industrial disputes: working days lost
6.2 Industrial disputes: working days lost per 1,000 employees

7.1 Job vacancies

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