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1.4 million Australian employees work shift work, November 2009 (cat no. 6342.0)
2001 Queensland Year Book (Media Release), 2001 (cat no. 1301.3)
2004 Year Book Australia Speech by Professor Sandra Harding (Media Release), 2004 (cat no. 1301.0)
2006 Year Book Australia released today (Media Release), 2006 (cat no. 1301.0)
A Unique Look at Australia: Today and During the Last Century (Media Release), 2001 (cat no. 1301.0)
A year in New South Wales (Media Release), 2002 (cat no. 1300.1)
ABS 2005 Year Book launched today (Media Release), 2005 (cat no. 1301.0)
ABS 2005 Year Book to be launched this Friday (Media Release), 2005 (cat no. 1301.0)
ABS 2005 Year Book: Request Your Embargo Copy Now (Media Release), 2005 (cat no. 1301.0)
ABS publication puts the microscope on Queensland (Media Release), 2000 (cat no. 1362.3)
ABS releases New South Wales Year Book 1999 (Media Release), 1999 (cat no. 1300.1)
ABS releases snapshot on New South Wales (Media Release), 2007 (cat no. 1338.1.55.001)
ABS report shows Tasmanian woodchip production down (Media Release), Jun 1999 (cat no. 1303.6)
ABS survey offers new insight into Australian jobs (Media Release), Aug 1998 (cat no. 6359.0)
ABS: a quarter of employed work some hours at home (Media Release), Nov 2005 (cat no. 6275.0)
ABS: Job mobility back to 1996 levels (Media Release), Feb 2000 (cat no. 6209.0)
Accommodation up across entire sector in 1998 - ABS (Media Release), Jun 1999 (cat no. 8634.0)
Almost 3 million employees work overtime on a regular basis (Media Release), Nov 2003 (cat no. 6342.0)
Almost one in four workers new to job (Media Release), Feb 2004 (cat no. 6209.0)
Australia's employment experience (Media Release), November 1996 (cat no. 6254.0)
Australian industries show over $100 billion profit (Media Release), 1997-98 (cat no. 8142.0)
Australian industries show rise in average profit (Media Release), 1998-99 (cat no. 8142.0)
Building approvals highest on record for Victoria - rural water storages down (Media Release), Sep 2002 (cat no. 1367.2)
Business gave $1.4 billion to the community sector (Media Release), 2000-01 (cat no. 8157.0)
Business Operations and Industry Performance, Preliminary 1996-97 (Media Release), 1996-97 (cat no. 8142.0)
Changes Australian workers experience in their jobs (Media Release), Nov 1998 (cat no. 6254.0)
Children in Victoria - a regional analysis (Media Release), Mar 2004 (cat no. 1367.2)
Clarification of Trade Union membership figures (Media Release), Aug 2000 (cat no. 6310.0)
Continued decrease in Tasmanian woodchip production - ABS (Media Release), Oct 1999 (cat no. 1303.6)
Earnings growth continues and trade union membership still in decline (Media Release), Aug 1999 (cat no. 6310.0)
Earnings growth slows, more causal workers and trade unions continue to lose members - ABS survey (Media Release), Aug 1998 (cat no. 6310.0)
Earnings increase, more workers in casual jobs and decline in trade union memberships continues (Media Release), Aug 1997 (cat no. 6310.0)
Employee earnings continue to increase (Media Release), Aug 2001 (cat no. 6310.0)
Employee earnings continue to rise (Media Release), Aug 2003 (cat no. 6310.0)
Employee earnings increase 3% over last 12 months (Media Release), Aug 2002 (cat no. 6310.0)
Employee Earnings on the Increase (Media Release), Aug 2000 (cat no. 6310.0)
Employee earnings up 5% over 12 months to August 2005 (Media Release), Aug 2005 (cat no. 6310.0)
Female labour force participation continues to rise (Media Release), February 1997 (cat no. 6206.0)
Fewer businesses, greater profits (Media Release), 1998-99 (cat no. 8140.0)
Financial security drives retirement timing expectations (Media Release), Jul 2008 to Jun 2009 (cat no. 6238.0)
Financial security will determine when people retire (Media Release), Jul 2006 to Jun 2007 (cat no. 6238.0)
Full-Time Employees Stay Longer: ABS (Media Release), Nov 2002 (cat no. 6254.0)
Governor-General launches ABS Year Book Australia (Media Release), 2007 (cat no. 1301.0)
Greater flexibility in working arrangements (Media Release), Aug 1997 (cat no. 6342.0)
Growth in Small Business Sector Slows (Media Release), 1999 (cat no. 1321.0)
High volume maintained In Tasmanian woodchip production (Media Release), Apr 2001 (cat no. 1303.6)
High volume maintained in Tasmanian woodchip production (Media Release), Mar 2000 (cat no. 1303.6)
Highest December occupancy rate recorded (Media Release), Dec 1996 (cat no. 8635.0)
How NSW measures up (Media Release), 2000 (cat no. 1300.1)
Ian Kiernan launches environment focused 2003 Year Book Australia (Media Release), 2003 (cat no. 1301.0)
Job mobility decreases - ABS (Media Release), Feb 1998 (cat no. 6209.0)
Job mobility remains steady (Media Release), Feb 2002 (cat no. 6209.0)
Knowing Our Nation - live read radio scripts (Media Release), 2000 (cat no. 1301.0)
Labour force participation of Australian women continues to rise (Media Release), Feb 2001 (cat no. 6206.0)
Labour Mobility, Australia (Media Release), February 2013 (cat no. 6209.0)
Long-Term Unemployment Higher In Regional Victoria (Media Release), Dec 2001 (cat no. 1367.2)
Many employees are working extra hours (Media Release), Nov 2006 (cat no. 6342.0)
Measuring wellbeing: Mapping the conceptual basis of Australian social statistics (Media Release), 2001 (cat no. 4160.0)
MEDIA ALERT - Now compared to Then: 2001 YEAR BOOK AUSTRALIA is essential for your Centenary of Federation and Australia Day coverage (Media Release), 2001 (cat no. 1301.0)
Melbourne housing trends: a detailed look (Media Release), Jun 2003 (cat no. 1367.2)
Migrants have higher unemployment rate (Media Release), November 1996 (cat no. 6250.0)
More back in work after retrenchment (Media Release), Jul 2001 (cat no. 6266.0)
More than three in four Australians in the labour force last year (Media Release), Feb 2003 (cat no. 6206.0)
More water, higher house prices and increased retail spending: Victorian snapshot (Media Release), Sep 2003 (cat no. 1367.2)
Nearly 1 Million Australians Work at Home (Media Release), Jun 2000 (cat no. 6275.0)
Nearly half a million experienced work-related injury or illness (Media Release), Sep 2000 (cat no. 6324.0)
New expanded Queensland regional statistics publication (Media Release), 1999 (cat no. 1362.3)
New South Wales - more skilled jobs, but economy still slow: ABS (Media Release), 2007 (cat no. 1338.1)
New South Wales in Focus (Media Release), 2006 (cat no. 1338.1)
New South Wales Year Book 1998 released today (Media Release), 1998 (cat no. 1300.1)
New South Wales Year Book released today (Media Release), 2003 (cat no. 1300.1)
Nine in ten employees covered by superannuation (Media Release), Aug 2004 (cat no. 6310.0)
NSW Snapshot: Apprentices & Green House Gases Up, Drug Deaths & Unit Building Down: ABS (Media Release), 2005 (cat no. 1338.1)
Olympics tourism boom mainly confined to Sydney (Media Release), Dec 2000 (cat no. 8634.0)
One in five workers identify as casual (Media Release), Nov 2001 (cat no. 6359.0)
One in Four Working 45 Hours or More a Week: ABS (Media Release), Nov 2004 (cat no. 6359.0)
One in six job leavers forced out of last job (Media Release), February 2012 (cat no. 6209.0)
One in six workers are new starters (Media Release), Feb 2010 (cat no. 6209.0)
One in twenty workers hold a second job - up on ten years ago (Media Release), Aug 1997 (cat no. 6216.0)
Over 40% of people aged 45 years and over are retired from the labour force (Media Release), Aug 2004 to Jun 2005 (cat no. 6238.0)
Over a quarter of Victorian workers are now part-time (Media Release), Mar 2002 (cat no. 1367.2)
Over half adult migrants arrive with qualifications (Media Release), Nov 1999 (cat no. 6250.0)
Paralympian launches Australian Year Book for 2000 (Media Release), 2000 (cat no. 1301.0)
Part-time work popular before retirement (Media Release), July 2010 to June 2011 (cat no. 6238.0)
Queensland - A regional perspective (Media Release), 2003 (cat no. 1362.3)
Queensland Year Book 1997 released (Media Release), 1997 (cat no. 1301.3)
Rate of retirement remains steady since 1986 - ABS (Media Release), Nov 1997 (cat no. 6238.0)
Recent growth in small business sector (Media Release), 2001 (cat no. 1321.0)
Record quarter in Tasmanian woodchip production - ABS (Media Release), Dec 1999 (cat no. 1303.6)
Regional Queensland at your fingertips (Media Release), 2002 (cat no. 1362.3)
Reminder: Embargo copies of ABS 2005 Year Book still available on request (Media Release), 2005 (cat no. 1301.0)
Retirement and Retirement Intentions, Australia (Media Release), July 2012 to June 2013 (cat no. 6238.0)
Retrenchment and Redundancy, Australia, July 1997 - ABS (Media Release), Jul 1997 (cat no. 6266.0)
Satisfaction with Victorian Water Quality Increases Over Last Ten Years (Media Release), Mar 2005 (cat no. 1367.2)
Science people: More likely to be employed, paid more - ABS (Media Release), 1996 (cat no. 8149.0)
Showcasing our country - 2004 Year Book Australia launched today (Media Release), 2004 (cat no. 1301.0)
Small business continues to grow - ABS (Media Release), 1997 (cat no. 1321.0)
Snapshot of News South Wales (Media Release), 2004 (cat no. 1300.1)
South Australia's contribution to the nation examined - ABS (Media Release), 1999 (cat no. 1301.4)
Statistics that tell us the way we are in NSW (Media Release), 2001 (cat no. 1300.1)
Tasmanian sawn timber production falls by more than 6 per cent (Media Release), Oct 2001 (cat no. 1303.6)
Tasmanian woodchip production continues record climb (Media Release), Sep 2000 (cat no. 1303.6)
Tasmanian woodchip production falls (Media Release), Jun 2001 (cat no. 1303.6)
Tasmanian woodchips record highest ever production levels (Media Release), Jun 2000 (cat no. 1303.6)
The highs and lows of regional Queensland (Media Release), 2004 (cat no. 1362.3)
Three in four Australians in the labour force last year (Media Release), Feb 1999 (cat no. 6206.0)
Three in four Australians worked during the year: ABS (Media Release), Feb 2005 (cat no. 6206.0)
Tourist accommodation takings reach new levels - ABS (Media Release), Sep 1999 (cat no. 8634.0)
Tourist accommodation up 6% to $1 billion - ABS (Media Release), Dec 1998 (cat no. 8634.0)
Two-Thirds of Migrants Currently Employed: ABS (Media Release), Nov 2004 (cat no. 6250.0)
Union membership down (Media Release), August 1996 (cat no. 6325.0)
Victoria's water storage less than half the level a year ago (Media Release), Dec 2002 (cat no. 1367.2)
Victoria's water storages below 40% (Media Release), Jun 2002 (cat no. 1367.2)
Victoria spending higher and unemployment lower (Media Release), Dec 2003 (cat no. 1367.2)
Victorian employment up almost 2% (Media Release), Jun 2004 (cat no. 1367.2)
Victorian engineering construction work at highest levels ever (Media Release), Sep 2004 (cat no. 1367.2)
What figures in tourism - new ABS directory of statistics (Media Release), 1997 (cat no. 1130.0)
Women's Year Book 1997 released today (Media Release), 1997 (cat no. 4124.0)
Women More Likely to Work Unpaid Overtime (Media Release), Nov 2000 (cat no. 6342.0)
Woodchip production reaches new record (Media Release), Dec 2000 (cat no. 1303.6)
Work-related injury or illness down, men still at most risk , 2009-10 (cat no. 6324.0)
Working Time Arrangements, Australia (Media Release), November 2012 (cat no. 6342.0)
Year Book 1998 is a statistical look at the Sunshine state (Media Release), 1998 (cat no. 1301.3)
Year Book 1999: Queensland as it is today (Media Release), 1999 (cat no. 1301.3)
Year Book Australia 1997 released (Media Release), 1997 (cat no. 1301.0)
Year Book Australia 1998 released today - 80th edition (Media Release), 1998 (cat no. 1301.0)
Year Book Australia 2007- media story-lines (Media Release), 2007 (cat no. 1301.0)
Year Book for release tomorrow - ABS (Media Release), 1999 (cat no. 1301.0)

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