5673.0.55.003 - Wage and Salary Earner Statistics for Small Areas, Time Series, 2003-04 to 2008-09 Quality Declaration
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Top Average Wage and Salary Income Regions, 2008-09
Average Wage and Salary Incomes in the Greater Hobart Statistical Division, 2008-09
Number of Wage and Salary Earners by Income Range, 2003-04 to 2008-09
TOP AVERAGE WAGE AND SALARY INCOME REGIONS, 2008-09
This section focuses on the five SLAs in Greater Hobart Statistical Division (SD) and Tasmania - Balance with the highest average Wage and salary incomes in 2008-09.
TOP AVERAGE WAGES AND SALARIES, TASMANIA, 2008-09
The SLA of West Coast (M) had the highest average Wage and salary income in Tasmania in 2008-09 ($48,472). This SLA is outside the Greater Hobart SD, and incorporates the inland population centres of Queenstown, Zeehan and Tullah. The region is known for its tourism, mining and fishing industries. It also recorded one of the State's highest average annual growth rates in Wages and salaries between 2003-04 and 2008-09 (7.1%).
In the Greater Hobart SD, Hobart (C) - Remainder had the highest average Wage and salary income in 2008-09 ($46,574).
AVERAGE WAGE AND SALARY INCOMES IN THE GREATER HOBART STATISTICAL DIVISION, 2008-09
The following map shows geographical variations in average Wage and salary incomes in the Greater Hobart Statistical Division in 2008-09.
AVERAGE INCOME FROM WAGES AND SALARIES - By Statistical Local Area, Greater Hobart Statistical Division, 2008-09
NUMBER OF WAGE AND SALARY EARNERS BY INCOME RANGE, 2003-04 TO 2008-09
The following animated graph shows the number of Wage and salary earners (male and female) by income range in each financial year, 2003-04 to 2008-09 (click on the play button to move through the years) . To find data for other states or territories, or for Australia, use the 'Switch Dataset' box to make your selection.
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