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6105.0 - Australian Labour Market Statistics, Jul 2007  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 06/07/2007   
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LABOUR MARKET SUMMARY


KEY MEASURES


% change from

Measure
Series type
Period
Current
figure
Previous
quarter(a)
Previous
year(b)

Employed
Persons '000
Trend
May 2007
10 432.4
0.6
2.8
Full-time '000
Trend
May 2007
7 498.1
1.0
3.5
Part-time '000
Trend
May 2007
2 934.3
-0.4
1.0
Part-time employment as a proportion of total employment %
Trend
May 2007
28.1
(c)-0.3
(c)-0.5
Unemployed
Persons '000
Trend
May 2007
472.1
-3.3
-8.5
Looking for full-time work '000
Trend
May 2007
327.3
-4.5
-9.5
Looking for part-time work '000
Trend
May 2007
144.8
-0.2
-6.2
Unemployment rate
Persons %
Trend
May 2007
4.3
(c)-0.2
(c)-0.5
Long-term unemployment
Persons '000
Trend
May 2007
75.7
-8.2
-22.4
As a proportion of total unemployment %
Trend
May 2007
16.0
(c)-0.9
(c)-2.9
Annual labour underutilisation rates(d)
Long-term unemployment rate %
Original
Sep 2006
0.8
na
(c)-0.1
Unemployment rate %
Original
Sep 2006
4.8
na
(c)-0.4
Underemployment rate %
Original
Sep 2006
5.0
na
(c)-0.3
Labour force underutilisation rate %
Original
Sep 2006
9.8
na
(c)-0.7
Extended labour force underutilisation rate %
Original
Sep 2006
10.6
na
(c)-0.9
Children living without an employed parent(e) %
Original
Jun 2006
14.4
na
(c)-0.5
Labour force participation rate
Persons aged 15-64 years %
Original
May 2007
76.2
(c)-0.2
(c)0.5
Total %
Trend
May 2007
64.9
(c)0.0
(c)0.4
Actual hours worked
Aggregate weekly hours mill. hours
Original
May 2007
362.1
0.9
3.0
Average weekly hours - Persons hours
Original
May 2007
34.7
-0.3
0.0
Average weekly hours - Full-time hours
Original
May 2007
41.8
0.4
-0.4
Average weekly hours - Part-time hours
Original
May 2007
16.8
-1.0
-0.5
Part-time workers
Proportion who preferred to work more hours %
Original
May 2007
23.9
(c)-0.9
(c)-0.4
Wage price index
Total hourly rates of pay excluding bonuses index no.
Trend
Jun qtr 2006
109.7
1.0
4.1
Average weekly earnings
Full-time adult ordinary time earnings $
Trend
Feb 2007
1 070.40
0.9
3.4
All employees total earnings $
Trend
Feb 2007
856.10
1.0
4.4
Compensation of employees
Household income account $m
Trend
Mar qtr 2007
124 729
2.0
7.9
Average earnings (National Accounts basis nominal) per week $
Trend
Mar qtr 2007
1 048
1.1
4.3
Industrial disputes
Working days lost '000
Original
Mar qtr 2007
6.9
-87.2
-77.0
Working days lost per 1,000 employees number
Original
Mar qtr 2007
0.8
-87.4
-77.9
Job vacancies
Australia '000
Trend
May 2007
166.0
1.7
9.9

na not available
(a) Same period previous quarter (monthly data is presented for the middle month of each quarter).
(b) Same period previous year.
(c) Change is in percentage points.
(d) See table 4.1 or the Glossary for further explanation of labour underutilisation rates.
(e) As a proportion of all children aged under 15 years. See the Explanatory Notes for information on family data.



EMPLOYMENT: TREND SERIES

Full-time and total employment
Graph: Trend full-time and total employment

Males and females
Graph: Trend employment for males and females




PART-TIME EMPLOYMENT: TREND SERIES
Proportion of total employment, Males
Graph: Trend male part-time employment as a proportion of total male employment

Proportion of total employment, Females
Graph: Trend female part-time employment as a proportion of total female employment




UNEMPLOYMENT RATE: TREND SERIES
Males and females
Graph: Trend unemployment rate for males and females




LONG-TERM UNEMPLOYMENT: TREND SERIES
Proportion of total unemployment
Graph: Long-term unemployment as a proportion of total unemployment, males and females




UNDERUTILISED LABOUR
Labour underutilisation rates - 1996-2006
Graph: Labour underutilisation rates—1996–2006




PARTICIPATION RATE: TREND SERIES
Persons
Graph: Trend participation rate

Males
Graph: Trend participation rate of males

Females
Graph: Trend participation rate of females




AVERAGE WEEKLY EARNINGS: TREND SERIES
Full-time adult ordinary time earnings, Quarterly change
Graph: Quarterly change in full-time adult ordinary time earnings

All employees total earnings, Level
Graph: All employees total earnings, level




INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES: ORIGINAL SERIES
Working days lost, Quarter ending
Graph: Working days lost Quarter ending




JOB VACANCIES: TREND SERIES
Job vacancies, by Sector
Graph: Job vacancies by sector


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