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See the Labour Statistics News page for more details on these developments.
Australian Labour Market Statistics includes three annual datacubes which provide supplementary information on labour force underutilisation (volume and extended measures) and on employment type. These datacubes have been updated in this issue.
This issue also contains a feature article exploring volume measures of labour underutilisation, as well as links to articles that have recently been published in Labour Force, Australia (cat. no. 6202.0), Forms of Employment, Australia (6359.0) and Employee Earnings, Benefits and Trade Union Membership, Australia (cat. no. 6310.0).
CHANGES TO AUSTRALIAN LABOUR MARKET STATISTICS
As announced in the April issue of Australian Labour Market Statistics (cat. no. 6105.0), changes are being made from this issue on. This issue will be the final regular quarterly issue of this product, which will continue to be released on an irregular basis and include data tables that are not contained in other standard ABS products, until such time as they are incorporated in other ABS standard products.
Earlier editions of this publication contained tables which have now been incorporated into other standard ABS products. The data tables:
The data table:
Australian Labour Market Statistics (cat. no. 6105.0) will continue to include the data tables:
In addition, there are further changes to the content for this issue, with content such as Summary Measures, Glossary and Explanatory Notes being removed. Updates on labour market statistical developments, analytical articles and future news will be available through the Labour Topics @ a Glance page.
If you would like further information about the upcoming changes to Australian Labour Market Statistics (cat. no. 6105.0) please contact Kirsty Leslie on (02) 6252 5436 or email email@example.com.
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