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6202.0 - Labour Force, Australia, Sep 2009 Quality Declaration 
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 08/10/2009   
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AGGREGATE MONTHLY HOURS WORKED TREND ESTIMATES


MALES

The trend estimate of aggregate hours worked by males rose from 843 million in September 1999 to 850 million in January 2000. The trend then generally fell to 828 million in March 2001 before rising to stand at 959 million in July 2008. The trend then fell to 930 million in September 2009.

Graph: MALES


FEMALES

The trend estimate of aggregate hours worked by females rose from 469 million in September 1999 to 487 million in June 2001. The trend then fell slightly to 483 million in November 2001 before generally rising to stand at a high of 592 million in July 2008. The trend then fell to 586 million in September 2009.

Graph: FEMALES


PERSONS

The trend estimate of total aggregate hours worked rose from 1,312 million in September 1999 to 1,329 million in June 2000. The trend then fell to 1,315 million in April 2001. The trend estimates generally rose to stand at a high of 1,551 million in July 2008. The trend then fell to 1,515 million in September 2009.

Graph: PERSONS


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