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6206.0 - Labour Force Experience, Australia, Feb 2005  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 28/07/2005   
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APPENDIX 1 POPULATIONS AND DATA ITEMS LIST

DATA AVAILABLE ON REQUEST

The ABS has a range of data available on request from the Labour Force Experience survey. This section lists the data items and populations which relate to the survey. More detailed breakdowns of some data items may also be available on request.


The population(s) for a particular data item refers to the people in the survey to whom the data relates. Where alternative output categories are available for the same data item, these are shown and the data item name is followed by a bracketed numeral (e.g. Country of birth (2)).


For more information about ABS data available on request, contact Linda Fardell on Canberra (02) 6252 6562, or by facsimile on (02) 6252 7512, or by email to <linda.fardell@abs.gov.au>.



POPULATION 1

All persons aged 15-69 years.



POPULATION 2

Persons aged 15-69 years in the labour force at some time during the year ending February 2005.



POPULATION 3

Persons aged 15-69 years who worked at some time during the year ending February 2005.



POPULATION 4

Persons aged 15-69 years who looked for work at some time during the year ending February 2005.



POPULATION 5

Persons aged 15-69 years who were not in the labour force at some time during the year ending February 2005.

Data items Populations

1 State or territory of usual residence All
New South Wales
Victoria
Queensland
South Australia
Western Australia
Tasmania
Northern Territory
Australian Capital Territory
2 Area of usual residence All
Capital city
Balance of state/territory
3 Region of usual residence All
Standard labour force dissemination regions
4 Sex All
Males
Females
5 Marital status All
Married
Not married
6 Relationship in household All
Family member
Husband, wife or partner
With dependants
Without dependants
Lone Parent
With dependants
Without dependants
Dependent student
Non-dependent child
Other family person
Non-family member
Lone person
Not living alone
Relationship not determined
7A Country of birth and period of arrival All
Born in Australia
Born overseas
Arrived before 1971
Arrived 1971-1980
Arrived 1981-1990
Arrived 1991-2000
Arrived 2001 to survey date
Note: Year of arrival collected in single years
7B Country of birth (1) All
Born in Australia
Born overseas
Born in main English-speaking countries
Born in other than main English-speaking countries
7C Country of birth (2) All
Born in Australia
Born overseas
Oceania and Antarctica
North-West Europe
Southern and Eastern Europe
North Africa and the Middle East
South-East Asia
North-East Asia
Southern and Central Asia
Americas
Sub-Saharan Africa
8 Age group (years) All
15-19
20-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-59
60-64
65-69
Note: Age collected in single years
9 Labour force status at February 2005 All
In the labour force
Working
Looking for work
Not in the labour force
10 Status in employment at February 2005 All
Working at February 2005
Employee
Employer
Own account worker
Contributing family worker
Not working at February 2005
11 Full-time or part-time status at February 2005 All
Working at February 2005
Full time
Part time
Not working at February 2005
12 Industry at February 2005 All
Working at February 2005
Agriculture, forestry and fishing
Mining
Manufacturing
Electricity, gas and water supply
Construction
Wholesale trade
Retail trade
Accommodation, cafes and restaurants
Transport and storage
Communication services
Finance and insurance
Property and business services
Government administration and defence
Education
Health and community services
Cultural and recreational services
Personal and other services
Not working at February 2005
13 Occupation at February 2005 All
Working at February 2005
Managers and administrators
Professionals
Associated professionals
Tradespersons and related workers
Advanced clerical and service workers
Intermediate clerical, sales and service workers
Intermediate production and transport workers
Elementary clerical, sales and service workers
Labourers and related workers
Not working at February 2005
14 Time in the labour force during the year All
In the labour force during the year
1 to under 4 weeks
4 to under 13 weeks
13 to under 26 weeks
26 to under 39 weeks
39 to under 52 weeks
52 weeks
In the labour force for none of the year
15 Time worked during the year All
Worked at some time during the year
1 to under 4 weeks
4 to under 13 weeks
13 to under 26 weeks
26 to under 39 weeks
39 to under 52 weeks
52 weeks
Worked for none of the year
16 Time not in the labour force during the year All
Not in the labour force at some time during the year
1 to under 4 weeks
4 to under 13 weeks
13 to under 26 weeks
26 to under 39 weeks
39 to under 52 weeks
52 weeks
In the labour force for the whole year
17 Number of employers/businesses during the year All
None
One
Two
Three
Four or more
18 Full-time or part-time status of time worked during the year All
Worked at some time during the year
All full time
More full time than part time
Full time same as part time
More part time than full time
All part time
Worked for none of the year
19 Time spent looking for work during the year All
Looked for work at some time during the year
1 to under 4 weeks
4 to under 13 weeks
13 to under 26 weeks
26 to under 39 weeks
39 to under 52 weeks
52 weeks
Did not look for work during the year
20 Number of spells of looking for work during the year All
None
One
Two
Three
Four or more
21 Main activity when not in the labour force All
Not in the labour force at some time during the year
Retired or voluntarily inactive
Home duties or child care
Attended an educational institution
Own illness or injury
Own disability or handicap
Looking after ill or disabled person
Holiday, travel or leisure activities
Worked in an unpaid voluntary job
Other
In the labour force for the whole year
22 Whether in the labour force at some time during the year All
In the labour force at some time during the year
For the whole year
For part of the year
In the labour force for none of the year
23 Whether looked for work at some time during the year All
Looked for work at some time during the year
For the whole year
For part of the year
Did not look for work during the year
24 Whether worked at some time during the year All
Worked at some time during the year
For the whole year
For part of the year
Worked for none of the year
25 Time worked part time during the year All
Worked part time at some time during the year
1 to under 4 weeks
4 to under 13 weeks
13 to under 26 weeks
26 to under 39 weeks
39 to under 52 weeks
52 weeks
Did not work part time during the year
26 Time worked full time during the year All
Worked full time at some time during the year
1 to under 4 weeks
4 to under 13 weeks
13 to under 26 weeks
26 to under 39 weeks
39 to under 52 weeks
52 weeks
Did not work full time during the year
27 Whether had an unpaid absence from work during the year All
Working at February 2005
With current employer for one year or more
Had an unpaid absence from work
Did not have an unpaid absence from work
With current employer for less than one year
Had an unpaid absence from work
Did not have an unpaid absence from work
Not working at February 2005
28 Time worked with current employer/business All
Working at February 2005
Under 1 year
Under 3 months
3 to under 6 months
6 to under 9 months
9 to under 12 months
1 to under 2 years
2 to under 3 years
3 to under 5 years
5 to under 10 years
10 years and over
10 to under 20 years
20 years and over
Not working at February 2005




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