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1367.2 - State and Regional Indicators, Victoria, Sep 2009  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 12/11/2009   
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Contents >> Work and Income >> Part-time workers


In August quarter 2009, there were 597,400 part-time workers in the Melbourne MSR. From August quarter 2008 to August quarter 2009, total part-time workers increased by 20,500 (3.6%) in the Melbourne MSR.

In August quarter 2009, females accounted for the majority of part-time workers (67.7%) in the Melbourne MSR. The majority of part-time workers (72.9%) preferred not to work additional hours, and this was a more common preference amongst females (76.8%) than males (64.4%).

In the Balance of Victoria MSR, the total number of part-time workers in August quarter 2009 was 224,800, an increase of 6,700 (3.1%) since August quarter 2008. The majority of these part-time workers (71.9%) preferred not to work more hours.

Part-time workers, By Preference for more hours and Major Statistical Region - August quarter 2009
Graph: PART-TIME WORKERS' INTENTION, By Major Statistical Region

View underlying table as an Excel spreadsheet: 1367.2 Part time workers, By Preference for more hours, Sex and Major Statistical Region (file size 23kB).

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