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1146.0 - Directory of Service Industries Statistics, 2002  
Latest ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 22/02/2002   
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Community Services, Australia (cat. no. 8696.0)

PURPOSE

The objective of the survey was to provide the fundamental base line data necessary to understand the nature and structure of the Child Care Services industry, in terms of income, expenditure and employment, to enable comparison with other industries and to provide a benchmark for measuring change over time.

    SCOPE

    The scope of the survey was all employing businesses and organisations classified to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC) Class 8710 Child Care Services; consisting of businesses/organisations mainly engaged in providing child care services.



    DATA DETAIL

    Published data reflects a range of standard outputs including:
    • sources of income
    • items of expenditure
    • characteristics of employment
    • number of volunteers and hours worked
    • selected statistics by organisation size


    GEOGRAPHIC COVERAGE

    Australia
    State/Territory data is available.



    FREQUENCY OF DATA AVAILABILITY

    The Community Services Survey was conducted in respect of 1995-1996 and 1999-2000. In addition to the Child Care Services industry, the collection covered the Nursing Homes, Accommodation for the Aged and Other Residential and Non-residential Care services industries.


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