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Service industries

SELECTED SERVICE INDUSTRIES

The remainder of the chapter presents statistics obtained from a range of ABS regular industry-wide surveys as well as the monthly Retail Business Survey.

Note that there are methodological and scope differences between the collections and compilations used as data sources for this chapter. In particular:

  • wages and salaries data are collected from businesses and, for several reasons, are not directly comparable with data on employment, which are collected from individuals
  • gross value added (GVA) data by industry are sourced from a national accounts compilation and are subject to a number of adjustments; data are therefore not directly comparable with industry value added data, which are directly collected from businesses.

Industries in this chapter are defined according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0). The service industries, Transport, postal and warehousing; Accommodation and food services; and Financial and insurance services are not included in this section. See chapters 23 TOURISM, 24 TRANSPORT and 27 FINANCIAL SYSTEM.

The first industry shown in this section is Electricity, gas, water and waste services. It covers producers, wholesalers, retailers and distributors so is both a goods-producing and a services-producing industry. It is included in this chapter for practical reasons, although it is excluded from the previous section.


ELECTRICITY, GAS, WATER AND WASTE SERVICES

Table 22.3 shows the GVA (in volume terms) for each industry component within the Electricity, gas, water and waste services industry. Between 2009–10 and 2010–11, Electricity, gas, water and waste services GVA rose by 1%.

All industry components had increases in GVA (in volume terms) between 2009–10 and 2010–11. The Gas supply industry had the greatest increase (3%), followed by Water supply and waste services which rose by 2%. Electricity supply rose by less than 1%.

More information on the Waste collection, treatment and disposal services industry can be found in chapter 2 ENVIRONMENT.


22.3 ELECTRICITY, GAS, WATER AND WASTE SERVICES(a), Gross value added(b)
2008–09
2009–10
2010–11
ANZSIC Subdivision
$m
$m
$m

Electricity supply
17 590
17 838
17 921
Gas supply
970
999
1 032
Water supply and waste services(c)
9 332
9 786
9 969
Total Electricity, gas, water and waste services
27 894
28 623
28 922

(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Volume measures. Reference year is 2009–10.
(c) Consists of two ANZSIC subdivisions: Water supply, sewerage and drainage services and Waste collection, treatment and disposal services.
Source: Australian System of National Accounts, 2010–11 (5204.0).


Table 22.4 shows employment for the Electricity, gas, water and waste services industry. Between 2009–10 and 2010–11, total employment increased from 132,200 to 151,300 people, an increase of 14%. Water supply, sewerage and drainage services had the largest increase, rising by 9,300 people (nearly 30%). Electricity supply had the next highest employment increase, rising by 7,300 people, an increase of nearly 12%. Employment in the Gas supply industry fell by 200 people, or 2%.


22.4 ELECTRICITY, GAS, WATER AND WASTE SERVICES(a), Employment(b)
2008–09
2009–10
2010–11
ANZSIC Subdivision
'000
'000
'000

Electricity supply
56.5
61.4
68.7
Gas supply
11.1
9.4
9.2
Water supply, sewerage and drainage services
39.3
31.6
40.9
Waste collection, treatment and disposal services
26.1
27.9
30.3
Electricity, gas, water and waste services, n.f.d.(c)
3.3
1.9
2.1
Total Electricity, gas, water and waste services
136.3
132.2
151.3

(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Annual average of quarterly data.
(c) Not further defined. Insufficient detail collected from survey respondent to allocate data to a specific industry code.
Source: Labour Force, Australia, Detailed, Quarterly (6291.0.55.003).


In 2009–10, the Electricity, gas, water and waste services industry generated $85.5 billion in sales and service income (table 22.5). Total income was $92.3 billion, up just under 7% on the previous financial year.

Capital expenditure in 2009–10 was $24,556 million. Industry value added was $32,088 million, operating profit before tax $10,085 million, while the profit margin for the industry was nearly 12%. Over 70% of businesses in the industry made a profit in 2008–09 and 2009–10 (76% and 73% respectively).

Wages and salaries for the Electricity, gas, water and waste services industry in 2009–10 were $9,079 million. The Electricity supply industry was by far the largest component with 59% of the industry’s wages and salaries, 68% of operating profit before tax and 65% of total income.


22.5 ELECTRICITY, GAS, WATER AND WASTE SERVICES(a), Selected indicators

Business profitability
Wages and salaries(b)
Total income
Sales and service
income(c)
Operating profit
before tax
Capital
expenditure(d)
Industry value added
Profit margin
Made a profit
Broke even
Made a loss
ANSZIC Subdivision
$m
$m
$m
$m
$m
$m
%
%
%
%

Electricity supply
2008–09
4 844
54 524
51 535
5 595
11 387
18 468
10.9
55.3
1.5
43.2
2009–10
5 391
60 392
56 363
6 886
11 839
20 501
12.2
55.0
1.2
43.8
Gas supply
2008–09
167
9 428
7 683
1 616
1 089
925
21.0
79.5
0.8
19.7
2009–10
176
7 644
7 447
186
472
990
2.5
76.7
0.4
22.9
Water supply, sewerage and drainage services
2008–09
2 019
14 032
11 774
2 120
10 401
6 539
18.0
67.6
1.6
30.8
2009–10
1 924
15 490
13 015
2 261
11 578
7 327
17.4
65.5
0.3
34.2
Waste collection, treatment and disposal services
2008–09
1 530
8 333
8 166
^957
^863
3 303
11.7
81.4
4.6
14.0
2009–10
1 588
8 741
8 644
752
667
3 270
8.7
77.4
0.3
22.4
Total Electricity, gas, water and waste services
2008–09
8 561
86 316
79 158
10 287
23 741
29 235
13.0
76.3
3.5
20.2
2009–10
9 079
92 267
85 470
10 085
24 556
32 088
11.8
73.1
0.3
26.5

^ estimate has a relative standard error of 10% to less than 25% and should be used with caution
(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Includes capitalised wages and salaries. Excludes the drawings of working proprietors.
(c) Includes rent, leasing and hiring income.
(d) Includes capital work done for own use.
Source: Australian Industry, 2009–10 (8155.0).


WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TRADE

The Wholesale trade industry covers those businesses involved in the sale of new or used goods to businesses or to institutional (including government) users. Graph 22.6 shows annual volume measures of total wholesale trade sales.

22.6 Wholesale Sales(a)


The Retail trade industry comprises businesses primarily engaged in the sale of new or used goods to final consumers for personal or household consumption.

The estimate of retail turnover includes the value of turnover from most types of retailing businesses as well as Cafes, restaurants and takeaway food services. In order to measure the actual expenditure of consumers, retail turnover is recorded from 1 July 2000 inclusive of the Goods and Services Tax (GST).

Table 22.7 presents retail turnover for the period 2006–07 to 2010–11. Total retail turnover (in volume terms) increased by 9% between 2006–07 and 2010–11.

Between 2009–10 and 2010–11, the turnover (in volume terms) of Other retailing increased by 3%, as did Cafes, restaurants and takeaway food services. The turnover of Clothing, footwear and personal accessory retailing decreased by 2% between 2009–10 and 2010–11.


22.7 RETAIL TURNOVER(a), Volume measures(b)
Industry(c)
Food retailing
Department stores
Clothing, footwear and personal accessory retailing
Household goods retailing
Other retailing(d)
Cafes, restaurants and takeaway food services(e)
Total
$m
$m
$m
$m
$m
$m
$m

2006–07
87 795.7
18 020.1
17 631.7
39 498.9
28 459.0
28 704.3
219 900.1
2007–08
90 948.8
18 679.1
18 391.8
42 402.8
30 855.7
28 740.5
230 033.4
2008–09
93 201.8
18 833.1
19 107.0
42 123.0
32 365.8
28 095.8
233 768.9
2009–10
95 326.8
18 707.4
19 305.2
42 563.4
32 812.3
30 418.8
239 134.0
2010–11
94 780.3
18 650.7
18 930.5
43 557.4
33 681.7
31 183.0
240 783.1

(a) Based on original quarterly data.
(b) Reference year is 2009–10.
(c) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0). Excludes Motor vehicle and motor vehicle parts retailing, and Fuel retailing (non-petrol sales from convenience stores are included in Food retailing).
(d) Includes Recreational goods retailing (except for Marine equipment); Pharmaceutical and other store-based retailing; and Non-store retailing and retail commission-based buying and/or selling.
(e) Included in the Accommodation and food services industry.
Source: Retail Trade, Australia (8501.0).


Table 22.8 shows the GVA (in volume terms) for the industry divisions of Wholesale trade and Retail trade. Between 2009–10 and 2010–11, Wholesale trade GVA declined by less than 1% and Retail trade GVA rose by just over 1%.


22.8 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TRADE INDUSTRY(a), Gross value added(b)
2008–09
2009–10
2010–11
ANZSIC Division
$m
$m
$m

Wholesale trade
53 379
55 128
54 794
Retail trade
57 179
58 258
59 092

(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Volume measures. Reference year is 2009–10.
Source: Australian System of National Accounts, 2010–11 (5204.0).


Table 22.9 shows employment for the Wholesale and Retail trade industries. Between 2009–10 and 2010–11, Wholesale trade total employment decreased from 424,000 to 412,500 people (3%), while Retail trade employment increased from 1,195,900 to 1,234,400 (3%). Across these two divisions, Food retailing had the largest absolute increase between 2009–10 and 2010–11, rising by 27,800 people, while Non-store retailing and retail commission-based buying and/or selling increased by the largest proportion (12%) albeit off a much smaller base. Motor vehicle and motor vehicle parts wholesaling had the largest percentage and absolute decline in employment, falling by 8,900 (31%).


22.9 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TRADE(a), Employment(b)
2008–09
2009–10
2010–11
ANZSIC Subdivision
'000
'000
'000

Basic material wholesaling
96.9
99.3
103.9
Machinery and equipment wholesaling
92.2
103.3
96.8
Motor vehicle and motor vehicle parts wholesaling
27.5
28.6
19.7
Grocery, liquor and tobacco product wholesaling
63.7
67.7
66.5
Other goods wholesaling
86.2
86.2
86.7
Commission-based wholesaling
7.7
9.5
9.6
Wholesale trade, n.f.d.(c)
30.6
29.5
29.4
Total Wholesale trade
404.9
424.0
412.5
Motor vehicle and motor vehicle parts retailing
94.3
93.0
91.8
Fuel retailing
39.9
32.2
35.8
Food retailing
407.8
370.7
398.5
Other store-based retailing
634.4
649.1
657.6
Non-store retailing and retail commission-based buying and/or selling
10.7
11.4
12.8
Retail trade, n.f.d.(c)
38.6
39.6
37.9
Total Retail trade
1 225.7
1 195.9
1 234.4

(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Annual average of quarterly data.
(c) Not further defined. Insufficient detail collected from survey respondent to allocate data to a specific industry code.
Source: Labour Force, Australia, Detailed, Quarterly (6291.0.55.003).


In 2009–10, the Wholesale and Retail trade industries generated $406.7 billion and $355.3 billion respectively in sales and service income (table 22.10). Total income was $410.8 billion for the Wholesale trade industry, down less than 1% on the previous financial year, and $358.2 billion for Retail trade (up 4%).

For the Wholesale trade industry, capital expenditure in 2009–10 was $5,814 million and $7,059 million for the Retail trade industry. Industry value added for Wholesale trade was $55,246 million, down 1% on 2008–09, and $63,641 million for Retail trade, an increase of 5%. Operating profit before tax was $15,993 million for Wholesale trade (down 5% from 2008–09) and $18,868 million for Retail trade (up 8%). Over 70% of businesses in both industries made a profit in 2009–10 (71% and 70%), while less than 30% made a loss (27% and 28%).

Wages and salaries, in 2009–10, were $30,181 million for Wholesale trade and $35,035 million for Retail trade. Across the two industries, the biggest increase between 2008–09 and 2009–10 was in Non-store retailing and retail commission-based buying and/or selling, which saw wages and salaries increase by 21% and total income by 23%. However, this sector also had the lowest proportion of businesses making a profit (65%).


22.10 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TRADE(a), Selected indicators
Business profitability
ANZSIC Subdivision
Wages and salaries(b)
Total income
Sales and service
income(c)
Operating profit
before tax
Capital
expenditure (d)
Industry
value added
Profit margin
Made a profit
Broke even
Made a loss
$m
$m
$m
$m
$m
$m
%
%
%
%

WHOLESALE TRADE
Basic material wholesaling
2008–09
5 912
139 369
137 864
^4 137
1 322
11 958
3.0
69.7
3.0
27.3
2009–10
6 215
129 107
127 313
^4 465
^1 395
12 274
3.5
70.9
2.8
26.3
Machinery and equipment wholesaling
2008–09
10 851
93 102
92 104
*3 889
^2 925
18 297
4.2
69.6
3.5
26.9
2009–10
10 853
101 268
100 434
*3 116
^2 012
17 196
3.1
71.8
3.8
24.4
Motor vehicle and motor vehicle parts wholesaling
2008–09
2 300
46 334
45 575
^2 731
^588
5 788
6.0
72.4
0.1
27.5
2009–10
2 417
48 253
47 679
^2 556
^536
5 519
5.4
72.2
0.1
27.7
Grocery, liquor and tobacco product wholesaling
2008–09
3 568
58 460
58 073
^1 840
894
6 619
3.2
66.0
0.2
33.8
2009–10
3 546
57 325
57 242
^1 903
^1 082
6 932
3.3
66.8
4.9
28.3
Other goods wholesaling
2008–09
6 264
67 247
66 373
^3 602
^1 331
11 899
5.4
74.6
1.2
24.3
2009–10
6 343
68 817
68 071
^3 486
668
11 832
5.1
72.5
0.1
27.3
Commission-based wholesaling
2008–09
733
6 594
6 545
^548
*170
1 509
8.4
67.5
0.3
32.2
2009–10
806
6 037
5 955
^467
^121
1 492
7.8
67.0
0.4
32.6
Total Wholesale trade
2008–09
29 628
411 107
406 534
16 747
7 231
56 071
4.1
70.6
1.8
27.6
2009–10
30 181
410 808
406 694
15 993
5 814
55 246
3.9
70.8
2.2
27.0

RETAIL TRADE
Motor vehicle and motor vehicle parts retailing
2008–09
4 253
69 102
68 630
^2 437
*622
8 154
3.6
71.9
0.1
28.0
2009–10
4362
71 493
71 123
*3 406
*581
9 066
4.8
69.6
0.1
30.3
Fuel retailing
2008–09
1 200
38 390
38 220
^1 075
297
2 746
2.8
86.7
13.3
2009–10
1 232
36 724
36 623
^892
^291
2 688
2.4
71.6
28.4
Food retailing
2008–09
9 500
98 176
97 187
5 375
2 605
17 068
5.5
83.7
0.1
16.2
2009–10
10 093
100 603
99 856
5 807
2 246
18 562
5.8
73.0
0.1
26.9
Other store-based retailing
2008–09
18 666
137 149
135 477
^8 476
^3 375
31 581
6.3
70.2
2.4
27.3
2009–10
18 804
145 551
143 874
^8 515
^3 759
32 337
5.9
70.1
1.6
28.3
Non-store retailing and retail commission-based buying and/or selling
2008–09
447
3 114
^3 101
**140
**143
*8 776
4.5
71.0
0.2
28.8
2009–10
543
3 842
3 796
*249
*181
^988
6.6
65.4
3.4
31.2
Total Retail trade
2008–09
34 067
345 930
342 615
17 503
7 042
60 325
5.1
73.6
1.6
24.9
2009–10
35 035
358 214
355 272
18 868
7 059
63 641
5.3
70.3
1.3
28.4

— nil or rounded to zero (including null cells)
^ estimate has a relative standard error of 10% to less than 25% and should be used with caution
* estimate has a relative standard error of 25% to 50% and should be used with caution
** estimate has a relative standard error greater than 50% and is considered too unreliable for general use
(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Includes capitalised wages and salaries. Excludes the drawings of working proprietors.
(c) Includes rent, leasing and hiring income.
(d) Includes capital work done for own use.
Source: Australian Industry 2009–10 (8155.0).


INFORMATION MEDIA AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS

Table 22.11 shows GVA (in volume terms) for the Information media and telecommunications industry. Between 2009–10 and 2010–11, GVA for Information media and telecommunications increased by 1%.


22.11 INFORMATION MEDIA AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS(a), Gross value added(b)

2008–09
2009–10
2010–11
ANZSIC Division
$m
$m
$m

Information media and telecommunications
41 336
41 823
42 367

(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Volume measures. Reference year is 2009–10.

Source: Australian System of National Accounts, 2010–11 (5204.0).


Table 22.12 shows employment for the Information media and telecommunications industry. Between 2009–10 and 2010–11, total employment increased from 214,900 to 215,600 people, an increase of less than 1%. Employment grew by 3,000 (3%) in Telecommunications services (the highest employer component), while it fell by 2,700 (15%) in Library and other information services.


22.12 INFORMATION MEDIA AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS(a), Employment(b)

2008–09
2009–10
2010–11
ANZSIC Subdivision
'000
'000
'000

Publishing (except Internet and music publishing)
49.5
42.7
43.5
Motion picture and sound recording activities
27.1
27.6
26.7
Broadcasting (except Internet)
26.8
27.0
27.6
Internet publishing and broadcasting(c)
0.1
1.0
1.6
Telecommunications services
94.2
89.3
92.3
Internet service providers, web search portals and data processing services
11.6
9.5
8.4
Library and other information services
16.2
18.1
15.4
Total Information media and telecommunications
225.5
214.9
215.6

(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Annual average of quarterly data.
(c) Individual quarterly estimates are subject to sampling variability too high for most practical purposes.

Source: Labour Force, Australia, Detailed, Quarterly (6291.0.55.003).


In 2009–10, the industry generated $72.5 billion in sales and service income (table 22.13), a 3% increase on the previous year. Total income was $74.0 billion, an increase on the previous year of 10%.

Capital expenditure in 2009–10 was $8,430 million and industry value added was $35,029 million. Operating profit before tax was $11,210 million, an increase of 97% on the previous year. The profit margin for the industry was 16% in 2009–10 and 70% of businesses made a profit.


22.13 INFORMATION MEDIA AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS(a), Selected indicators

Business profitability

Wages and salaries(b)
Total income
Sales and service income(c)
Operating profit before tax
Capital expenditure(d)
Industry value
added
Profit margin
Made a profit
Broke even
Made a loss
ANZSIC Subdivision
$m
$m
$m
$m
$m
$m
%
%
%
%

Publishing (except Internet and music publishing)
2008–09
3 466
9 581
np
–1 769
633
7 488
np
72.3
3.3
24.3
2009–10
3 199
13 181
13 024
2 636
513
7 091
20.2
73.0
0.2
26.8
Motion picture and sound recording activities
2008–09
1 000
6 727
6 625
*724
*248
^2 256
10.9
68.5
0.8
30.6
2009–10
1 155
6 752
6 529
^581
259
2 157
8.9
68.9
0.4
30.7
Broadcasting (except Internet)
2008–09
1 290
8 969
8 619
np
482
3 686
np
54.6
6.8
38.5
2009–10
1 397
9 337
9 136
1 447
500
4 052
15.8
65.7
4.1
30.2
Internet publishing and broadcasting
2008–09
^124
^794
^775
np
^24
^230
np
58.2
0.3
41.5
2009–10
*218
^947
^934
np
^37
^392
np
71.3
0.6
28.1
Telecommunications services
2008–09
4 870
37 432
37 077
np
np
18 753
np
67.2
0.2
32.6
2009–10
4 895
40 559
39 706
6 204
6 856
19 980
15.6
62.2
0.2
37.6
Internet service providers, web search portals and data processing services
2008–09
817
^3 483
3 443
*239
np
1 360
7.0
56.7
0.4
42.9
2009–10
713
2 994
2 971
*197
257
1 250
6.6
70.9
0.2
28.9
Library and other information services
2008–09
115
^381
np
np
*15
172
np
67.7
0.9
31.4
2009–10
64
209
165
np
^7
107
np
65.3
2.1
32.7
Total Information media and telecommunications
2008–09
11 683
67 367
70 686
5 682
8 752
33 944
8.0
65.9
1.4
32.7
2009–10
11 641
73 977
72 464
11 210
8 430
35 029
15.5
69.6
0.5
29.9

^ estimate has a relative standard error of 10% to less than 25% and should be used with caution
* estimate has a relative standard error of 25% to 50% and should be used with caution
np not available for publication but included in totals where applicable, unless otherwise indicated
(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Includes capitalised wages and salaries. Excludes the drawings of working proprietors.
(c) Includes rent, leasing and hiring income.
(d) Includes capital work done for own use.

Source: Australian Industry, 2009–10 (8155.0).


RENTAL, HIRING AND REAL ESTATE SERVICES

Table 22.14 shows GVA (in volume terms) for the Rental, hiring and real estate services industry. Between 2009–10 and 2010–11, GVA for Rental, hiring and real estate services declined by 2%.


22.14 RENTAL, HIRING AND REAL ESTATE SERVICES(a), Gross value added(b)
2008–09
2009–10
2010–11
ANZSIC Division
$m
$m
$m

Rental, hiring and real estate services
26 782
27 260
26 736

(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Volume measures. Reference year is 2009–10.
Source: Australian System of National Accounts, 2010–11 (5204.0).


Table 22.15 shows employment for the Rental, hiring and real estate services industry. Between 2009–10 and 2010–11, total employment increased from 185,600 to 206,200 people, an increase of 11%. Employment rose in both components, by 19% in Rental and hiring services and 9% in Property operators and real estate services.


22.15 RENTAL, HIRING AND REAL ESTATE SERVICES(a), Employment(b)
2008–09
2009–10
2010–11
ANZSIC Subdivision
'000
'000
'000

Rental and hiring services (except real estate)
48.3
43.7
52.1
Property operators and real estate services
146.4
141.9
154.1
Total Rental, hiring and real estate services
194.7
185.6
206.2

(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Annual average of quarterly data.
Source: Labour Force, Australia, Detailed, Quarterly (6291.0.55.003).


In 2009–10, the Rental, hiring and real estate services industry generated $85.4 billion in sales and service income (table 22.16), a minimal increase on the previous year. Total income was $97.5 billion, an increase on the previous year of 12%.

Capital expenditure in 2009–10 was $37,643 million and industry value added was $49,475 million. The profit margin for the industry was 28% in 2009–10 and 77% of businesses made a profit.


22.16 RENTAL, HIRING AND REAL ESTATE SERVICES(a), Selected indicators
BUSINESS PROFITABILITY
Wages and salaries(b)
Total income
Sales and service income(c)
Operating profit before tax
Capital
expenditure(d)
Industry value added
Profit margin
Made a profit
Broke even
Made a loss
ANSZIC Subdivision
$m
$m
$m
$m
$m
$m
%
%
%
%

Rental and hiring services (except real estate)
2008–09
2 994
20 477
19 071
3 936
^6 685
9 783
20.6
74.6
0.9
24.5
2009–10
2 908
19 373
18 216
3 313
5 046
9 546
18.2
78.0
1.3
20.8
Property operators and real estate services
2008–09
8 227
*66 435
66 120
**9 040
^31 547
37 962
13.7
75.9
1.3
22.7
2009–10
8 015
78 096
67 185
20 739
^32 597
39 929
30.9
76.7
1.4
22.0
Total Rental, hiring and real estate services
2008–09
11 220
86 912
85 191
**12 975
^38 233
47 744
15.2
75.8
1.3
22.9
2009–10
10 923
97 469
85 401
24 053
37 643
49 475
28.2
76.8
1.4
21.8

^ estimate has a relative standard error of 10% to less than 25% and should be used with caution
* estimate has a relative standard error of 25% to 50% and should be used with caution
** estimate has a relative standard error greater than 50% and is considered too unreliable for general use
(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Includes capitalised wages and salaries. Excludes the drawings of working proprietors.
(c) Includes rent, leasing and hiring income.
(d) Includes capital work done for own use.
Source: Australian Industry. 2009–10 (8155.0).


PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL SERVICES

Table 22.17 shows the GVA (in volume terms) for the Professional, scientific and technical services industry. Between 2009–10 and 2010–11, industry GVA rose by 7%.


22.17 PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL SERVICES(a), Gross value added(b)
2008–09
2009–10
2010–11
ANZSIC Division
$m
$m
$m

Professional, scientific and technical services
74 736
81 043
86 604

(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Volume measures. Reference year is 2009–10.
Source: Australian System of National Accounts, 2010–11 (5204.0).


Table 22.18 shows employment for the Professional, scientific and technical services industry. Between 2009–10 and 2010–11, this industry’s total employment increased from 834,000 to 861,000 people, an increase of 3%. Professional, scientific and technical services (except computer system design and related services) had the largest increase in employment, rising by 20,100 (3%) to constitute 81% of employment in the industry. Computer system design and related services had a larger percentage increase, with employment rising by 4%, to cover 19% of employment in the industry.


22.18 PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL SERVICES(a), Employment(b)
2008–09
2009–10
2010–11
ANZSIC Subdivision
'000
'000
'000

Professional, scientific and technical services(c)
638.5
676.9
697.0
Computer system design and related services
145.6
156.9
163.9
Professional, scientific and technical services, n.f.d.(d)
**0.1
**0.1
**0.1
Total Professional, scientific and technical Services
784.1
834.0
861.0

** estimate has a relative standard error greater than 50% and is considered too unreliable for general use
(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Annual average of quarterly data.
(c) Except computer system design and related services.
(d) Not further defined. Insufficient detail collected from survey respondent to allocate data to a specific industry code.
Source: Labour Force, Australia, Detailed, Quarterly (6291.0.55.003).


In 2009–10, the Professional, scientific and technical services industry generated $157.9 billion in sales and service income (table 22.19). Total income was $180.4 billion, down 3% on the previous financial year.

Capital expenditure in 2009–10 was $9,051 million. Industry value added was $83,895 million and operating profit before tax was $31,708 million, a 15% decrease on the previous financial year. The profit margin for the industry was 20% in 2009–10, down from 24% in 2008–09, while 75% of businesses made a profit in both 2008–09 and 2009–10.

Wages and salaries for the Professional, scientific and technical services industry in 2009–10 were $53,176 million.


22.19 PROFESSIONAL, SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL SERVICES(a), Selected indicators
Business profitability
Wages and salaries(b)
Total income
Sales and service income(c)
Operating profit before tax
Capital expenditure(d)
Industry value added
Profit margin
Made a profit
Broke even
Made a loss
ANZSIC Subdivision
$m
$m
$m
$m
$m
$m
%
%
%
%

Professional, scientific and technical services(e)
2008–09
40 117
153 252
122 569
34 665
6 584
64 292
28.3
75.9
1.5
22.6
2009–10
41 003
145 781
124 467
28 224
^7 620
65 554
22.7
75.6
2.2
22.2
Computer system design and related services
2008–09
11 930
33 211
32 145
^2 538
2 689
17 295
7.9
71.1
2.6
26.3
2009–10
12 173
34 628
33 403
^3 483
1 431
18 342
10.4
73.9
1.7
24.4
Total Professional, scientific and technical services
2008–09
52 047
186 463
154 714
37 203
9 273
81 587
24.0
75.0
1.7
23.3
2009–10
53 176
180 409
157 870
31 708
^9 051
83 895
20.1
75.3
2.1
22.6

^ estimate has a relative standard error of 10% to less than 25% and should be used with caution
(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Includes capitalised wages and salaries. Excludes the drawings of working proprietors.
(c) Includes rent, leasing and hiring income.
(d) Includes capital work done for own use.
(e) Except computer system design and related services.
Source: Australian Industry, 2009–10 (8155.0).


ADMINISTRATIVE AND SUPPORT SERVICES

Table 22.20 shows the GVA (in volume terms) for the Administrative and support services industry. Between 2009–10 and 2010–11, Administrative and support services GVA rose by nearly 7%.


22.20 ADMINISTRATIVE AND SUPPORT SERVICES(a), Gross value added(b)
2008–09
2009–10
2010–11
ANZSIC Division
$m
$m
$m

Administrative and support services
30 714
30 246
32 254

(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Volume measures. Reference year is 2009–10.
Source: Australian System of National Accounts, 2010–11 (5204.0).


Table 22.21 shows employment for the Administrative and support services industry. Between 2009–10 and 2010–11, total employment in this industry increased from 374,000 to 400,700 people, an increase of 7%. Building cleaning, pest control and other support services had the largest increase, rising by 20,600 people (11%). Administrative services increased by 6,100 people, an increase of 3%.


22.21 ADMINISTRATIVE AND SUPPORT SERVICES(a), Employment(b)
2008–09
2009–10
2010–11
ANZSIC Subdivision
'000
'000
'000

Administrative services
187.2
189.1
195.2
Building cleaning, pest control and other support services
160.0
184.9
205.5
Administrative and support services n.f.d.(c)
0.1
Total Administrative and support services
347.2
374.0
400.7

— nil or rounded to zero (including null cells)
(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Annual average of quarterly data.
(c) Not further defined. Insufficient detail collected from survey respondent to allocate data to a specific industry code.
Source: Labour Force, Australia, Detailed, Quarterly (6291.0.55.003).


In 2009–10, the industry generated $62.3 billion in sales and service income (table 22.22). Total income was $64.9 billion, up 5% on the previous financial year, with Administrative services contributing 79%.

Capital expenditure in the same period was $2,607 million (down 67% from 2008–09). Industry value added was $38,656 million, while operating profit before tax was $3,525 million. The profit margin for the industry was 6% in 2009–10 and 79% of businesses made a profit.

Wages and salaries for the Administrative and support services industry in 2009–10 were $28,675 million, with 87% in the Administrative services industry.

Note that there are methodological and scope differences between the collections used as sources in this chapter. In particular, wages and salaries data in table 22.22 cannot be compared with employment data in table 22.21.


22.22 ADMINISTRATIVE AND SUPPORT SERVICES(a), Selected indicators
Business profitability
Wages and salaries(b)
Total income
Sales and service income(c)
Operating profit before tax
Capital expenditure(d)
Industry value added
Profit margin
Made a profit
Broke even
Made a loss
ANZSIC Subdivision
$m
$m
$m
$m
$m
$m
%
%
%
%

Administrative services
2008–09
23 027
48 779
46 877
**859
7 019
30 749
1.8
73.6
3.5
22.8
2009–10
24 875
51 268
48 821
**1 491
1 820
31 752
3.1
74.7
4.0
21.4
Building cleaning, pest control and other support services
2008–09
3 582
12 751
12 298
^2 085
^772
6 391
17.0
88.0
1.4
10.6
2009–10
3 801
13 637
13 472
^2 034
^786
6 904
15.1
83.1
1.6
15.3
Total Administrative and support services
2008–09
26 609
61 530
59 176
**2 944
7 790
37 140
5.0
81.3
2.4
16.3
2009–10
28 675
64 905
62 293
**3 525
2 607
38 656
5.7
79.1
2.7
18.2

^ estimate has a relative standard error of 10% to less than 25% and should be used with caution
** estimate has a relative standard error greater than 50% and is considered too unreliable for general use
(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Includes capitalised wages and salaries. Excludes the drawings of working proprietors.
(c) Includes rent, leasing and hiring income.
(d) Includes capital work done for own use.
Source: Australian Industry, 2009–10 (8155.0).


PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND SAFETY

Table 22.23 shows the GVA (in volume terms) for Public administration and safety. Between 2009–10 and 2010–11, Public administration and safety GVA rose by 2%.


22.23 PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND SAFETY(a), Gross value added(b)
2008–09
2009–10
2010–11
ANZSIC Division
$m
$m
$m

Public administration and safety
64 090
64 117
65 266

(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Volume measures. Reference year is 2009–10.
Source: Australian System of National Accounts, 2010–11 (5204.0).


Table 22.24 shows employment for the Public administration and safety industry. Between 2009–10 and 2010–11, total employment for this industry increased from 678,800 to 705,000 people, an increase of 4%. Public order, safety and regulatory services had the largest increase, rising by 20,400 people (12%). Public administration rose by 6,500 people, an increase of 1% while Defence employment fell by 700 people, a decrease of 2%.


22.24 PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND SAFETY(a), Employment(b)
2008–09
2009–10
2010–11
ANZSIC Subdivision
'000
'000
'000

Public administration
461.4
475.9
482.4
Defence(c)
26.3
29.6
28.9
Public order, safety and regulatory services
188.3
173.3
193.7
Total Public administrative and safety
676.0
678.8
705.0

(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Annual average of quarterly data.
(c) Excludes serving military personnel (but includes civilians working for the Australian Department of Defence).
Source: Labour Force, Australia, Detailed, Quarterly (6291.0.55.003).


In 2009–10, the private sector component of the Public order, safety and regulatory services industry generated $6.0 billion in sales and service income (table 22.25). Total income was $6.3 billion, down 3% on the previous financial year.

Capital expenditure in 2009–10 was $252 million. Industry value added was $3,675 million and 81% of businesses made a profit.

Wages and salaries in 2009–10 were $2,533 million.


22.25 PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND SAFETY (PRIVATE)(a), Selected indicators
Business profitability
Wages and salaries(b)
Total income
Sales and service income(c)
Operating profit before tax
Capital
expenditure(d)
Industry value added
Profit margin
Made a profit
Broke even
Made a loss
ANZSIC Subdivision
$m
$m
$m
$m
$m
$m
%
%
%
%

Public order, safety and regulatory services (private)
2008–09
2 497
6 513
6 146
^663
^268
3 605
10.8
73.8
4.2
22.0
2009–10
2 533
6 296
6 044
na
^252
3 675
na
81.1
1.7
17.2

^ estimate has a relative standard error of 10% to less than 25% and should be used with caution
na not available
(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0). The table excludes two other subdivisions: Public administration and Defence.
(b) Includes capitalised wages and salaries. Excludes the drawings of working proprietors.
(c) Includes rent, leasing and hiring income.
(d) Includes capital work done for own use.
Source: Australian Industry, 2009–10 (8155.0).


EDUCATION AND TRAINING

Table 22.26 shows the GVA (in volume terms) for Education and training. Between 2009–10 and 2010–11, Education and training GVA rose by 2%.


22.26 EDUCATION AND TRAINING(a), Gross value added(b)
2008–09
2009–10
2010–11
ANZSIC Division
$m
$m
$m

Education and training
55 596
57 546
58 821

(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Volume measures. Reference year is 2009–10.
Source: Australian System of National Accounts, 2010–11 (5204.0).


Table 22.27 shows employment for the Education and training industry. Between 2009–10 and 2010–11, total employment increased from 830,800 to 866,900 people, an increase of 4%. Preschool and school education and Tertiary education had the largest increases, rising by 17,500 and 13,300 respectively while Adult, community and other education rose by 4,800 people.


22.27 EDUCATION AND TRAINING(a), Employment(b)
2008–09
2009–10
2010–11
ANZSIC Subdivision
'000
'000
'000

Preschool and school education
467.8
484.6
502.1
Tertiary education
228.4
219.1
232.4
Adult, community and other education
105.3
113.5
118.3
Education and training, n.f.d.(c)
8.0
13.6
14.0
Total Education and training
809.4
830.8
866.9

(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Annual average of quarterly data.
(c) Not further defined. Insufficient detail collected from survey respondent to allocate data to a specific industry code.
Source: Labour Force, Australia, Detailed, Quarterly (6291.0.55.003).


In 2009–10, the private sector component of the Education and training industry generated $14.4 billion in sales and service income (table 22.28). Total income was $27.3 billion, up 10% on the previous financial year.

Capital expenditure in 2009–10 was $3,265 million. Industry value added was $16,631 million and 75% of businesses made a profit.

Wages and salaries in 2009–10 were $13,136 million. Preschool and school education was the largest industry component, contributing 71% of wages and salaries, 76% of capital expenditure, 60% of total income and 69% of industry value added.


22.28 EDUCATION AND TRAINING (PRIVATE)(a), Selected indicators
Business profitability
Wages and salaries(b)
Total income
Sales and service income(c)
Operating profit before tax
Capital
expenditure(d)
Industry value added
Profit margin
Made a profit
Broke even
Made a loss
ANZSIC Subdivision
$m
$m
$m
$m
$m
$m
%
%
%
%

Preschool and school education (private)
2008–09
8 526
13 865
5 452
*827
^1 963
10 514
15.2
68.1
31.9
2009–10
9 380
16 299
^5 898
*2 040
^2 492
11 441
34.6
80.3
19.7
Tertiary education (private)
2008–09
2 159
6 130
^4 967
np
^395
3 063
np
66.2
0.5
33.3
2009–10
2 162
5 989
^4 463
**452
^414
^2 533
10.1
64.1
0.1
35.8
Adult, community and other education (private)
2008–09
1 401
4 749
3 852
np
^280
2 288
np
69.8
0.2
29.9
2009–10
1 594
5 042
^4 010
np
^360
2 657
np
80.3
4.0
15.7
Total Education and training (private)
2008–09
12 086
24 744
14 272
^2 327
^2 639
15 865
16.3
68.5
0.3
31.2
2009–10
13 136
27 330
14 372
np
^3 265
16 631
np
75.4
2.2
22.4

— nil or rounded to zero (including null cells)
^ estimate has a relative standard error of 10% to less than 25% and should be used with caution
* estimate has a relative standard error of 25% to 50% and should be used with caution
** estimate has a relative standard error greater than 50% and is considered too unreliable for general use
np not available for publication but included in totals where applicable, unless otherwise indicated
(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Includes capitalised wages and salaries. Excludes the drawings of working proprietors.
(c) Includes rent, leasing and hiring income.
(d) Includes capital work done for own use.
Source: Australian Industry, 2009–10 (8155.0).


HEALTH CARE AND SOCIAL ASSISTANCE

Table 22.29 shows the GVA (in volume terms) for Health care and social assistance. Between 2009–10 and 2010–11, Health care and social assistance GVA rose by 2%.


22.29 HEALTH CARE AND SOCIAL ASSISTANCE(a), Gross value added(b)
2008–09
2009–10
2010–11
ANZSIC Division
$m
$m
$m

Health care and social assistance
68 807
72 627
74 307

(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Volume measures. Reference year is 2008–09.
Source: Australian System of National Accounts, 2010–11 (5204.0).


Table 22.30 shows employment for the Health care and social assistance industry. Between 2009–10 and 2010–11, total employment in this industry increased from 1,216,700 to 1,291,800 people, an increase of 6%. Medical and other health care services had the largest increase, rising by 33,500 people (10%). Social assistance services had the next highest employment increase, rising by 26,600 people (9%).


22.30 HEALTH CARE AND SOCIAL ASSISTANCE(a), Employment(b)
2008–09
2009–10
2010–11
ANZSIC Subdivision
'000
'000
'000

Hospitals
361.0
379.0
385.2
Medical and other health care services
329.2
339.5
373.0
Residential care services
159.9
194.9
204.4
Social assistance services
298.7
301.2
327.8
Health care and social assistance, n.f.d.(c)
4.1
2.1
1.4
Total Health care and social assistance
1 152.9
1 216.7
1 291.8

(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Annual average of quarterly data.
(c) Not further defined. Insufficient detail collected from survey respondent to allocate data to a specific industry code.
Source: Labour Force, Australia, Detailed, Quarterly (6291.0.55.003).


In 2009–10, the private sector component of the Health care and social assistance industry generated $59.2 billion in sales and service income (table 22.31). Total income was $82.0 million, up 5% on the previous financial year.

Capital expenditure in 2009–10 was $8,411 million. Industry value added was $48,642 million and operating profit before tax $12,146 million. The profit margin for the industry was 21%, while 77% of businesses made a profit.

Wages and salaries in 2009–10 were $31,741 million. Medical and other health care services was the largest component industry, with nearly 39% of the industry's wages and salaries, 82% of operating profit before tax, 54% of total income and 51% of industry value added.


22.31 HEALTH CARE AND SOCIAL ASSISTANCE (PRIVATE)(a), Selected indicators
Business profitability
Wages and salaries(b)
Total income
Sales and service income(c)
Operating profit before tax
Capital expenditure(d)
Industry value added
Profit margin
Made a profit
Broke even
Made a loss
ANZSIC Subdivision
$m
$m
$m
$m
$m
$m
%
%
%
%

Hospitals (private)
2008–09
4 906
11 212
9 097
^629
964
6 380
6.9
82.3
0.2
17.4
2009–10
5 433
12 094
9 681
np
1 054
7 098
np
75.5
0.3
24.2
Medical and other health care services (private)
2008–09
11 340
42 207
37 935
^10 912
^2 227
25 193
28.8
86.9
2.2
10.9
2009–10
12 469
43 972
40 393
9 997
3 247
24 652
24.7
78.7
0.1
21.2
Residential care services (private)
2008–09
7 027
13 693
4 401
^266
3 373
8 128
6.0
62.9
0.3
36.8
2009–10
7 894
14 505
4 264
^644
^3 199
9 460
15.1
63.9
0.3
35.8
Social assistance services (private)
2008–09
5 466
11 354
4 684
*464
726
6 805
9.9
70.1
0.1
29.7
2009–10
5 945
11 457
^4 831
np
^911
7 432
np
72.3
2.3
25.3
Total Health care and social assistance (private)
2008–09
28 740
78 465
56 117
^12 272
7 291
46 505
21.9
83.7
1.8
14.5
2009–10
31 741
82 028
59 170
12 146
8 411
48 642
20.5
77.3
0.4
22.3

^ estimate has a relative standard error of 10% to less than 25% and should be used with caution
* estimate has a relative standard error of 25% to 50% and should be used with caution
np not available for publication but included in totals where applicable, unless otherwise indicated
(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Includes capitalised wages and salaries. Excludes the drawings of working proprietors.
(c) Includes rent, leasing and hiring income.
(d) Includes capital work done for own use.
Source: Australian Industry, 2009–10 (8155.0).


ARTS AND RECREATION SERVICES

Table 22.32 shows GVA (in volume terms) for the Arts and recreation services industry. Between 2009–10 and 2010–11, GVA for Arts and recreation services increased by 2%.

22.32 ARTS AND RECREATION SERVICES(a), Gross value added(b)

2008–09
2009–10
2010–11
ANZSIC Division
$m
$m
$m

Arts and recreation services
10 907
10 911
11 172

(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Volume measures. Reference year is 2009–10.

Source: Australian System of National Accounts, 2010–11 (5204.0).


Table 22.33 shows employment for the Arts and recreation services industry. Between 2009–10 and 2010–11, total employment increased from 197,800 to 201,900 people, a rise of 2%. Employment rose in three of the components, with the biggest increase in Sports and recreation employment which was up 4,600 persons. The Creative and performing arts component shed 3,500 employees.


22.33 ARTS AND RECREATION SERVICES(a), Employment(b)

2008–09
2009–10
2010–11
ANZSIC Subdivision
'000
'000
'000

Heritage activities
30.2
27.9
29.3
Creative and performing arts activities
40.2
41.5
38.0
Sports and recreation activities
103.0
98.5
103.1
Gambling activities
26.9
27.4
29.8
Arts and recreation services n.f.d.(c)
1.7
2.5
1.7
Total Arts and recreation services
202.0
197.8
201.9

(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Annual average of quarterly data.
(c) Not further defined. Insufficient detail collected from survey respondent to allocate data to a specific industry code.

Source: Labour Force, Australia, Detailed, Quarterly (6291.0.55.003).


In 2009–10, the industry generated $26.7 billion in sales and service income (table 22.34), a 5% increase on the previous year. Total income was $29.7 billion, an increase on the previous year of 6%.

Operating profit before tax in 2009–10 was up 7% to $4,293 million and industry value added was $10,016 million, a 6% increase on the previous year. The profit margin for the industry was 16% in 2009–10 and 67% of businesses made a profit.


22.34 ARTS AND RECREATION SERVICES(a), Selected indicators

Business profitability

Wages and salaries(b)
Total income
Sales and service income(c)
Operating profit before tax
Capital
expenditure(d)
Industry value added
Profit margin
Made a profit
Broke even
Made a loss
ANZSIC Subdivision
$m
$m
$m
$m
$m
$m
%
%
%
%

Heritage activities
2008–09
201
672
522
^70
95
301
13.4
66.1
0.3
33.5
2009–10
229
705
533
^56
121
366
10.4
69.4
0.3
30.3
Creative and performing arts activities
2008–09
788
3 193
2 600
^576
^162
1 427
22.2
67.2
3.5
29.3
2009–10
^791
3 501
2 773
^666
^203
^1 441
24.0
72.4
5.9
21.7
Sports and recreation activities
2008–09
2 234
11 398
9 700
^1 111
^1 180
^3 430
11.5
71.7
0.2
28.1
2009–10
2 597
12 624
10 588
^1 276
^1 459
3 768
12.1
58.8
0.2
41.0
Gambling activities
2008–09
1 369
12 830
12 672
2 262
780
4 284
17.9
83.1
0.2
16.7
2009–10
1 397
12 908
12 784
2 295
754
4 441
18.0
93.1
0.2
6.7
Total Arts and recreation services
2008–09
4 593
28 093
25 494
4 019
^2 217
9 441
15.8
70.1
1.7
28.2
2009–10
5 014
29 738
26 678
4 293
^2 537
10 016
16.1
66.7
2.7
30.6

^ estimate has a relative standard error of 10% to less than 25% and should be used with caution
(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Includes capitalised wages and salaries. Excludes the drawings of working proprietors.
(c) Includes rent, leasing and hiring income.
(d) Includes capital work done for own use.

Source: Australian Industry, 2009–10 (8155.0).


OTHER SERVICES

Table 22.35 shows GVA (in volume terms) for the Other services industry. Between 2009–10 and 2010–11, GVA for Other services declined by 4%.


22.35 OTHER SERVICES(a), Gross value added(b)

2008–09
2009–10
2010–11
ANZSIC Division
$m
$m
$m

Other services
23 808
23 548
22 671

(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Volume measures. Reference year is 2009–10.

Source: Australian System of National Accounts, 2010–11 (5204.0).


Table 22.36 shows employment for Other services. Between 2009–10 and 2010–11, total employment increased from 454,100 to 458,800 people, an increase of less than 1%. Employment grew by 14,800 persons (7%) in Repair and maintenance while it fell by 10,000 (4%) in Personal and other services.


22.36 OTHER SERVICES(a), Employment(b)

2008–09
2009–10
2010–11
ANZSIC Subdivision
'000
'000
'000

Repair and maintenance
230.6
221.2
236.0
Personal and other services
220.9
228.8
218.8
Private households employing staff and undifferentiated goods and service-producing activities of households for own use
3.4
4.1
3.8
Other services n.f.d.(c)
0.2
Total Other services
454.9
454.1
458.8

— nil or rounded to zero (including null cells)
(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Annual average of quarterly data.
(c) Not further defined. Insufficient detail collected from survey respondent to allocate data to a specific industry code.

Source: Labour Force, Australia, Detailed, Quarterly (6291.0.55.003).


In 2009–10, the industry generated $44.7 billion in sales and service income (table 22.37), a 1% fall on the previous year. Total income was $54.8 billion, an increase on the previous year of 4%.

Capital expenditure in 2009–10 was $3,645 million and industry value added was $23,100 million. Operating profit before tax was $7,714 million, an increase of 20% on the previous year. The profit margin for the industry was 17% in 2009–10 and 69% of businesses made a profit.


22.37 OTHER SERVICES(a), Selected indicators

Business profitability

Wages and salaries(b)
Total income
Sales and service income(c)
Operating profit before tax
Capital expenditure (d)
Industry value added
Profit margin
Made a profit
Broke even
Made a loss
ANZSIC Subdivision
$m
$m
$m
$m
$m
$m
%
%
%
%

Repair and maintenance
2008–09
5 802
26 765
26 298
^4 261
^1 183
11 454
16.2
85.2
14.7
2009–10
5 771
25 515
25 369
^3 711
^651
11 172
14.6
77.7
1.1
21.2
Personal and other services
2008–09
7 815
26 049
18 925
*2 161
^2 751
11 446
11.4
68.1
2.3
29.6
2009–10
8 326
29 292
19 301
^4 003
^2 994
11 928
20.7
62.5
0.7
36.8
Total Other services(e)
2008–09
13 617
52 813
45 222
^6 422
^3 934
22 900
14.2
76.0
1.3
22.7
2009–10
14 097
54 807
44 671
^7 714
^3 645
23 100
17.3
69.3
0.9
29.9

— nil or rounded to zero (including null cells)
^ estimate has a relative standard error of 10% to less than 25% and should be used with caution
* estimate has a relative standard error of 25% to 50% and should be used with caution
(a) Classified according to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 2006 edition (1292.0).
(b) Includes capitalised wages and salaries. Excludes the drawings of working proprietors.
(c) Includes rent, leasing and hiring income.
(d) Includes capital work done for own use.
(e) Excludes Private households employing staff and undifferentiated goods and service-producing activities of households for own use.
Source: Australian Industry, 2009–10 (8155.0).

 

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