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MESSAGE FROM THE DIRECTOR
In other news, the ABS labour statistics program received a boost following the announcement of an increase in funding for the ABS in the Federal Budget. As a result of the increased funding, the full sample for the Labour Force Survey will be restored, and the Job Vacancy Survey will be reinstated.
See the Recent developments and Current projects sections for more details on these, and other developments.
If you are looking to improve your understanding of the wide range of ABS labour statistics, a wealth of information can be found in the compendium publication Australian Labour Market Statistics (cat. no. 6105.0), in Labour Statistics: Concepts, Sources and Methods (cat. no. 6102.0.55.001) and on the Labour Theme Page of the ABS website. In addition, the Labour Market National Statistical Centre runs a one day training course, Introduction to Labour Statistics, in partnership with the ABS National Statistical Training Institute, which informs participants of the ABS labour collections and their applications.
If you have any questions about aspects of the labour statistic program, please contact one of our subject experts shown in the Find out more page of this newsletter, or you can contact us on (02) 6252 7206 or email <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
I hope you find this newsletter interesting and informative.
Michael Gerrity, A/g Director
Labour Market National Statistical Centre
Australian Bureau of Statistics
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