Australian Bureau of Statistics
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 Australian Capital Territory, 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 article focuses on the five SLAs in the Australian Capital Territory with the highest average Wage and salary incomes in 2008-09.
TOP AVERAGE WAGES AND SALARIES, AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY, 2008-09
Kingston ($67,960) and Narrabundah ($67,942) each recorded average annual growth rates in average Wages and salaries of 5.1% between 2003-04 and 2008-09. Griffth, Forrest and Red Hill round out the ACT's top five Wage and salary SLAs in 2008-09.
AVERAGE WAGE AND SALARY INCOMES IN THE AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY, 2008-09
The following map shows geographical variations in average Wage and salary incomes within the ACT in 2008-09.
AVERAGE INCOME FROM WAGES AND SALARIES - By Statistical Local Area, Australian Capital Territory, 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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This page last updated 19 December 2012