Cleaning Services Industry, Australia (cat. no. 8672.0)
The changing structure of the cleaning services industry in Australia has meant that users require more regular statistics. In particular, the recent introduction of the one stop shop approach to property management services has seen some change in the structure of this, and other related industries. This survey assists in measuring the affect this change has had on the size and structure of the industry.
The scope of the collection was all businesses mainly engaged in providing window, building, telephone cleaning or similar cleaning services (except carpet cleaning or shampooing services, steam cleaning, or sand blasting of building exteriors), as defined by Class 7866 of the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC).
The survey publication contains summary employment, income, and expenses tables covering ANZSIC Class 7866.
The tables include:
- sources of income
- items of expenditure
- characteristics of employment
- main occupation of persons employed
- selected statistics by employment size groupings
- selected performance ratios
The tables contain data at the Australia level with one state table showing:
- number of businesses
- wages and salaries
- total income
New South Wales
FREQUENCY OF DATA AVAILABILITY
First and only collection in 1987-1988.
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