Australian Bureau of Statistics
1344.8.55.001 - ACT Stats, 2005
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 14/06/2005
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25,000 Small Business Operators in the ACT: ABS
There were 25,000 small business operators in the ACT last June and two-thirds of them worked from home, according to analysis released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) today.
More than two-thirds (68% or 17,000) of these operators were men.
More than half (54%) of all small business operators in the ACT were aged between 30-50 (up from 49% in June 2003). A further 34% were over 50 years and 13% were under 30 years.
The ACT matched the national average with most (44%) small business operators working 35-50 hours in June 2004.
Male small business operators were more likely to work full-time than part-time (77% and 23% respectively). The reverse was true for female small business operators who worked part-time more than full-time (66% and 34% respectively).
ACT small businesses use of computers (77%) and access to the internet (72%) was greater than small businesses in any other state or territory.
Further details are available in ACT Stats: Characteristics of a Small Business (cat. no. 1322.214.171.124.001).
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