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4102.0 - Australian Social Trends, Mar 2011  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 23/03/2011   
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Download the LATEST issue in full of Australian Social Trends March 2011 or see the individual articles below:


Life expectancy trends
This article examines the substantial increase in life expectancy in Australia over the past 125 years, some of the reasons for the increase, and some of the challenges posed by living longer.

Health services
This article consider people's reported use of selected services and whether people were able to access appropriate services when they were required.

Health outside major cities
This article compares the health of people living outside major cities, with that of those living in major cities.

Year 12 attainment
This article looks at recent trends in Year 12 attainment for young adults (aged 20-24 years) and the influence of Year 12 on further education, income and employment outcomes across the life course.

Education and Indigenous wellbeing
This article explores the relationship between education and aspects of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander wellbeing including health, employment and housing outcomes.
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Download the LATEST Australian Social Trends indicators below:

Australian Social Trends includes national and state summary indicator sets across several broad areas of social concern. Although none of these indicator sets have been updated with this March release, you can download the Excel spreadsheets here:
June 2010
Population
Education and training
Other areas of social concern
September 2010
Health
Economic resources
December 2010
Family and community
Housing
International comparisons
Work

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