Australian Bureau of Statistics
1301.0 - Year Book Australia, 2002
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 25/01/2002
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At 30 June 2000, manufacturing establishments in Australia employed 932,800 persons. During 1999-2000 those establishments paid $35,482m in wages and salaries and generated $231,145m of turnover and $70,018m of value added (table 19.3).
The generally direct relationship between employment and contribution to IVA is indicated in graph 19.4. The four industry subdivisions that employed 66% of the manufacturing workforce in 1999-2000, namely Machinery and equipment manufacturing; Food, beverage and tobacco manufacturing; Metal product manufacturing; and Printing, publishing and recorded media, also contributed 66% of IVA.
The most significant contributions to IVA, as depicted in graph 19.5, came from manufacturing establishments employing 100 or more persons, with a total contribution of 57% of manufacturing IVA. Nevertheless, small establishments (those employing up to 19 persons) contributed a significant 19% of total IVA. The greatest contributors to IVA among larger establishments were food, beverage and tobacco manufacturers, contributing 77% of total IVA generated by larger establishments. In contrast, this industry subdivision contributed only 6% of IVA generated by small establishments. Among small establishments the largest contributing subdivision was Other manufacturing (46%).
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