NSW in Focus provides extensive information about the people, economy and environment of NSW.
Includes: population, births, deaths, overseas migration, regional mobility, cultural and linguistic diversity and population projections.
|Family and Community|
Includes: types of families, child care, child protection, carers for people with a disability, community participation, volunteering, and Internet access.
Includes: health status, health risks, long term conditions, Indigenous health, cancer, mental health, drug use and treatment, work related injuries, disability, causes of death and health services.
|Education and Training|
Includes: schools, students and teachers, literacy and numeracy, vocational education and training, higher education, qualifications and transition from education to work.
Includes: labour force status and underutilisation, types of employment and job mobility, skilled employment, industrial relations, and people not in the labour force.
|Household Economic Resources|
Includes: income and household characteristics, household expenditure, financial assets and liabilities, distribution of wealth, and main source of income at retirement.
Includes: housing types, housing costs, tenure and home ownership, living arrangements, housing assistance, and homelessness.
|Crime and Justice|
Includes: estimates of crime, crime trends, courts, imprisonments, community corrections, reoffenders, emergency services and people's perceptions about crime and safety.
Includes: vehicles, motor vehicle use, road quality and traffic volume, crashes and casualties, public transport and other transport usage indicators.
Includes: NSW economy using measures from the National Accounts series, and selected economic indicators on a range of industries, including building and construction, manufacturing, and international merchandise trade.
Includes: biodiversity, climate, greenhouse gas emissions, air quality, energy consumption, water consumption and recycling, waste, and environmental indicators affecting land.
|National and International|
Includes: comparisons of state, territory and international data for a range of social, economic and environmental indicators, including population composition and growth, life expectancy and infant mortality, education participation and attainment, labour force, and renewable energy.
This page last updated 13 June 2008