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6202.0 - Labour Force, Australia, Mar 2010 Quality Declaration 
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 08/04/2010   
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QUARTERLY AGGREGATE MONTHLY HOURS WORKED SEAS ADJ.


MARKET SECTOR

From March quarter 2000, the seasonally adjusted aggregate monthly hours worked for the market sector, has quarterly risen from 3,203 million hours to its highest point of 3,622 million hours in September quarter 2008. The estimate fell to 3,494 million hours in September quarter 2009, before then rising to 3,550 million hours in March quarter 2010.

Graph: Market sector


NON-MARKET SECTOR

The seasonally adjusted aggregate monthly hours worked for the non-market sector, has generally risen from 791 million hours in March quarter to 1,060 million hours in March quater 2010.

Graph: Non-Market sector


TOTAL INDUSTRY SECTOR

From March quarter 2000, the seasonally adjusted aggregate monthly hours worked for total industry (ANZSIC 2006), rose from 3,994 million hours to 4,034 million hours in September quarter 2000. It then fell to its lowest point of 3,945 million hours in June quarter 2001, before generally rising to its highest point of 4,660 million hours in September quarter 2008. The estimate fell to 4,548 million hours in September quarter 2009, before rising to 4,610 million hours in March quarter 2010.

Graph: Total Industry sector


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