1384.6 - Statistics - Tasmania, 2005  
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Persons are regarded as job mobile if they either changed employer/business or changed locality during the previous 12 months.

At February 2004, some 20.5% of employed persons had worked in their current job for less than one year, 50.6% had worked in their current job for between one year and less than 10 years, with 28.9% working for 10 or more years in their current job.

LABOUR MOBILITY, Tasmania - February 2004
Tasmania
Australia
Percentage points
difference(a)

Duration of current job
'000
%
'000
%
pts

Under 1 year
42.5
20.5
2 136.7
22.8
-2.3
Under 3 months
13.7
6.6
698.7
7.5
-0.9
3 and under 6 months
12.8
6.2
590.1
6.3
-0.1
6 and under 12 months
16.1
7.8
847.9
9.1
-1.3
1 and under 2 years
17.4
8.4
1 096.0
11.7
-3.3
2 and under 3 years
18.4
8.9
938.3
10.0
-1.1
3 and under 5 years
30.2
14.5
1 405.0
15.0
-0.5
5 and under 10 years
39.2
18.9
1 581.4
16.9
2.0
10 and under 20 years
38.7
18.6
1 399.4
15.0
3.6
20 years and over
21.3
10.3
803.2
8.6
1.7
Total(b)
207.7
100.0
9 360.0
100.0
. .

. . not applicable
(a) A positive percentage points difference means Tasmania has proportionally more of the workforce in a particular category than Australia.
(b) Estimates have been rounded and minor discrepancies may occur between sums of component items and totals.

Source: ABS data available on request, Labour Mobility Survey and Labour Mobility, Australia (cat. no. 6209.0).


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