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6202.0 - Labour Force, Australia, Sep 2012 Quality Declaration 
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 11/10/2012   
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UNEMPLOYED PERSONS 15 TO 24 YEARS TREND ESTIMATES


UNEMPLOYED MALES LOOKING FOR FULL-TIME WORK

The trend estimate of unemployed males aged 15-24 years looking for full-time work generally fell from 86,000 in September 2002 to 60,700 in August 2008. The trend then rose to 98,900 in July 2009, before generally falling to 82,500 in September 2010. The trend then generally rose to 96,600 in September 2012.

Graph: UNEMPLOYED MALES LOOKING FOR FULL-TIME WORK


UNEMPLOYED MALES LOOKING FOR PART-TIME WORK

The trend estimate of unemployed males aged 15-24 years looking for part-time work generally fell from 45,800 in September 2002 to 34,600 in February 2007. The trend then generally rose to 49,400 in October 2010, before falling to 43,700 in May 2011. The trend has since generally risen to 46,600 in October 2011 before generally falling to 44,200 in September 2012.

Graph: UNEMPLOYED MALES LOOKING FOR PART-TIME WORK


UNEMPLOYED MALES TOTAL

The trend estimate of unemployed males aged 15-24 years generally fell from 131,800 in September 2002 to 97,100 in August 2008. The trend then rose to 147,700 in June 2009 before generally falling to 129,800 in May 2011. The trend has since generally risen to 140,900 in September 2012.

Graph: UNEMPLOYED MALES TOTAL


UNEMPLOYED FEMALES LOOKING FOR FULL-TIME WORK

The trend estimate of unemployed females aged 15-24 years looking for full-time work generally fell from 60,800 in September 2002 to 43,100 in February 2008. The trend then generally rose to 64,700 in October 2010, before falling to 55,500 in June 2011. The trend then rose to 63,800 in December 2011 before falling to 59,400 in September 2012.

Graph: UNEMPLOYED FEMALES LOOKING FOR FULL-TIME WORK


UNEMPLOYED FEMALES LOOKING FOR PART-TIME WORK

The trend estimate of unemployed females aged 15-24 years looking for part-time work generally fell from 47,900 in September 2002 to 39,900 in October 2006. The trend then generally rose to 56,500 in August 2010, before generally falling to 50,700 in September 2011. The trend has since generally risen to 53,400 in September 2012.

Graph: UNEMPLOYED FEMALES LOOKING FOR PART-TIME WORK


UNEMPLOYED FEMALES TOTAL

The trend estimate of unemployed females aged 15-24 years generally fell from 108,700 in September 2002 to 89,200 in May 2007. The trend then generally rose to 120,900 in September 2010 before falling to 107,500 in July 2011. The trend has since risen to 114,900 in January 2012 before generally falling to 112,800 in September 2012.



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