4125.0 - Gender Indicators, Australia, Jul 2011  
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PROVIDED CARE TO SOMEONE IN THE LAST WEEK


KEY SERIES



EMPLOYED PERSONS WHO PROVIDED CARE TO SOMEONE IN THE LAST WEEK (a)(b)(c), 15 years and over

2007

'000
%

Males2,240.6
39.3
Females2,009.7
43.1

(a) Care provided in the week prior to the survey.
(b) Includes contributing family workers. For more information on employed persons see Glossary (Work and family balance).
(c) Male and female employed persons who provided care to someone in the last week as a proportion of total employed persons for each sex.

Source: ABS Employment Arrangements, Retirement and Superannuation, Australia, 2007 (cat. no. 6361.0).



RELATED SERIES



EMPLOYED PERSONS WHO TOOK TIME OFF TO PROVIDE CARE TO SOMEONE IN THE LAST WEEK (a)(b)(c)(d)(e), 15 years and over

2007

'000
%

Males180.2
8.0
Females192.9
9.6

(a) Care provided in the week prior to the survey.
(b) Includes contributing family workers. For more information on employed persons see Glossary (Work and family balance).
(c) Male and female employed persons who took time off to provide care to someone in the last week as a proportion of total employed persons for each sex who provided care.
(d) Includes paid and unpaid time off to provide care.
(e) Data reflects working/ leave arrangements in relation to person's main job.

Source: ABS Employment Arrangements, Retirement and Superannuation, Australia, 2007 (cat. no. 6361.0).

EMPLOYEES WHO USED WORKING ARRANGEMENTS TO PROVIDE CARE TO SOMEONE IN THE LAST WEEK (a)(b)(c)(d), 15 years and over

2007

'000
%

Males210.6
13.2
Females270.2
16.4

(a) Care provided in the week prior to the survey.
(b) Excludes contributing family workers, owner manages of incorporated enterprises (OMIEs).
(c) Male and female employees who used working arrangements to provide care to someone in the last week as a proportion of total employees for each sex who provided care.
(d) Data reflects working/ leave arrangements in relation to person's main job.

Source: ABS Employment Arrangements, Retirement and Superannuation, Australia, 2007 (cat. no. 6361.0).


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