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1384.6 - Statistics - Tasmania, 2006  
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The computing services industry consists of businesses mainly involved in providing services such as data processing, information storage and retrieval, computer maintenance, computer consultancy, and other computing services.

At the end of June 1999 there were 111 businesses in the computer services industry in Tasmania, an increase of 5.3% per annum on the number recorded in 1995-96. By comparison, there were 14,731 businesses in the computer services industry in Australia, an increase of 15.0% per annum on the 1995-96 figure.

Employment in the computer services industry in Tasmania at end of June 1999 was 376, an increase of 11.5% per annum on the 1995-96 figure. By comparison, there were 74,395 people employed in the computer services industry in Australia, an increase of 10.6% per annum on the 1995-96 figure. Total income of businesses in the computer services industry in Tasmania at end of June 1999 was $28.3m, a 1.9% per annum decrease on the 1995-96 figure. By comparison, total income of the computer services industry in Australia was $10,474m, an increase of 9.0% per annum on the 1995-96 figure.

COMPUTER SERVICES INDUSTRY - 1998-99

Unit
Tasmania
Australia

Businesses
Number(a)
no.
111
14,731
Annualised growth rate from 1995-96 to 1998-99
%
5.3
15.0
Employment
Persons(a)
no.
376
74,395
Annualised growth rate from 1995-96 to 1998-99
%
11.5
10.6
Total income
Value
$m
28.3
10,474.0
Annualised growth rate from 1995-96 to 1998-99
%
-1.9
9.0

(a) At 30 June.

Source: Computing Services Industry, Australia, 1998-99 (Cat. no. 8669.0).


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