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Contents >> Concepts and data items: B - E

Concepts and data items: B - E

B
Balance of state

C
Capital cities (States)
Capital city/balance of states
Child
Children under 15 years (‘000)
Civilian population
Contributing family worker
Country of birth
Couple families
Couple family
Currently economically active

D
Dependants
Dependent children aged 0-4 (‘000)
Dependent children aged 5-9 (‘000)
Dependent children aged 10-14 (‘000)
Dependent student
Dependent students aged 15-24 (‘000)
Detailed duration of unemployment
Detailed hours worked (Persons)
Dissemination region
Duration of current job
Duration of unemployment
Duration of unemployment categories
Duration of unemployment of husband or head
Duration of unemployment of wife or partner
Duration of unemployment since last full time job
Duration of unemployment since last full time job categories

E
Educational attendance
Employed
Employed full time
Employed part time
Employee
Employer
Employment to population ratio






BALANCE OF STATE

See CAPITAL CITY/BALANCE OF STATES



CAPITAL CITIES (STATES)

See CAPITAL CITY/BALANCE OF STATES



CAPITAL CITY/BALANCE OF STATES

This variable identifies the city or state of usual residence in the reference week as defined by Labour Force Survey Dissemination Regions, see Information Paper: Regional Labour Force Statistics (cat. no. 6262.0)

Applicable to: Persons aged 15 years and over.


FormatProducts

Sydney
Balance of New South Wales
Melbourne
Balance of Victoria
Brisbane
Balance of Queensland
Adelaide
Balance of South Australia
Perth
Balance of Western Australia
Hobart
Balance of Tasmania
NORTHERN TERRITORY
AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY

6291.0.55.001
LM1, LM2.

6291.0.55.003
E03_aug94, E10, E11.

NEW SOUTH WALES
Sydney
Balance of New South Wales
VICTORIA
Melbourne
Balance of Victoria
QUEENSLAND
Brisbane
Balance of Queensland
SOUTH AUSTRALIA
Adelaide
Balance of South Australia
WESTERN AUSTRALIA
Perth
Balance of Western Australia
TASMANIA
Hobart
Balance of Tasmania
NORTHERN TERRITORY
AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY

6291.0.55.001
Table 02





CHILD

This is a person of any age who is a natural, adopted, step, or foster son or daughter of a couple or lone parent, usually resident in the same household. A child is defined as any individual under the age of 15 years, usually resident in the household, who forms a parent-child relationship with another member in the household. This includes otherwise related or unrelated children under the age of 15 years.

In order to be classified as a child, the person can have no partner or child of his/her own usually resident in the household. A separate family in the household is formed in this instance. If a person is under the age of 15 years and has a partner and/or a spouse these relationships are not recorded.

There are three types of children included in the Relationship in Household classification:

  • child under the age of 15 years;
  • dependent student; and
  • non-dependent child.

The types of parent-child relationships which can be formed are via a natural, adoptive, step, foster or child dependency relationship. The child dependency relationships may be an otherwise related or unrelated child under the age of 15 years (e.g. nephew or niece).

The categories are designed to identify families with different structures and needs. Dependency, as used in these classifications, refers to economic dependency and is only applied to the part of the population that can be described as ‘children’.

The dependency criterion is based on the barriers to full time employment: age and student status.

See DEPENDENT STUDENT and NON-DEPENDENT CHILD


FormatProducts

No standard format

6224.0.55.001
FA1, FA1_jun94, FA2, FA2_jun94, FA3, FA3_jun94, FA4, FA4_jun94, FA5, FA5_jun94.

6291.0.55.001
FM1, FM2, FM3, FM4.





CHILDREN UNDER 15 YEARS (‘000)

This variable refers to the total number of children under 15 years of age in thousands.

Applicable to: Family households with children under 15 years.


FormatProducts

No standard format

6224.0.55.001
FA1, FA1_jun94, FA2, FA2_jun94, FA3, FA3_jun94, FA4, FA4_jun94, FA5, FA5_jun94.





CIVILIAN POPULATION

All usual residents of Australia aged 15 years and over except members of the permanent defence forces, certain diplomatic personnel of overseas governments customarily excluded from Census of Population and Housing and estimated resident population counts, overseas residents in Australia, and members of non-Australian defence forces (and their dependants) stationed in Australia.

In the Labour Force this variable is sometimes referred to as population benchmarks.

Applicable to: Persons aged 15 years and over.


FormatProducts

No standard format

6202.0
Table 03 to Table 12, Table 15 (15-19 years only), Table 16 (15-19 years only), Table 17 (15-24 years only), Table 18 (15-64 years only), GM1.

6291.0.55.001
Table 01, Table 02, Table 03a (15-24 years only), Table 03b (15-19 years only), Table 03c (20-24 years only), LM1, LM2, LM3, LM4_APR01, LM5_APR01, LM6, LM7, LM8, RM1_nov07, FM1, FM2.





CONTRIBUTING FAMILY WORKER

A contributing family worker is a person who works without pay in an economic enterprise operated by a relative. Note: this category was formerly entitled unpaid family helper.


FormatProducts

No standard format

6291.0.55.001
Table 08

6291.0.55.003
Table 13, E04, E05_aug94, E06_aug94, E07_aug96, E08_aug96.





COUNTRY OF BIRTH

This variable is coded using the Standard Australian Classification of Countries (SACC) (cat. no. 1269.0).

See STANDARD AUSTRALIAN CLASSIFICATION OF COUNTRIES

Applicable to: All persons aged 15 years and over.

FormatProducts

Australia
Oceania and Antarctica
North-West Europe
Southern and Eastern Europe
North Africa and the Middle East
South-East Asia
North-East Asia
Southern and Central Asia
Americas
Sub-Saharan Africa
At sea
Institutionalised
Not further defined
Total

6291.0.55.001
LM4_APR01, LM5_APR01

Australia
New Zealand
Rest of Oceania and Antarctica
UK and Ireland
Germany
Netherlands
Rest of North-West Europe
Italy
Greece
Former Yugoslav Republic
Rest of Southern and Eastern Europe
Lebanon
Rest of North Africa and the Middle East
Viet Nam
Malaysia
Philippines
Rest of South-East Asia
China (excludes SARs and Taiwan Province)
Rest of North-East Asia
India
Rest of Southern and Central Asia
Americas
Sub-Saharan Africa
Other
Institutionalised

6291.0.55.001
LM6

Australia
Institutionalised
Main English-speaking countries
Other than main English-speaking countries

6291.0.55.001
LM7





COUPLE FAMILIES

See COUPLE FAMILY



COUPLE FAMILY

A couple family is based on two persons who are in a registered or de facto marriage and who are usually resident in the same household. The family may or may not include any number of dependents, non-dependents and other related individuals, thus a couple family can consist of a couple without children present in a household.


FormatProducts

No standard format

6224.0.55.001
FA1, FA1_jun94, FA2, FA2_jun94, FA3, FA3_jun94, FA4, FA4_jun94, FA5, FA5_jun94.





CURRENTLY ECONOMICALLY ACTIVE

For the purpose of Labour Force Survey, the currently economically active population is referred to as the labour force. The labour force (the sum of total number of employed and total number of unemployed persons) is defined so as to be conceptually equivalent to the pool of labour available for the production of economic goods and services (as defined for System of National Accounts purposes), during a specified (short) reference period (e.g. one week). For detailed description see Labour Statistics: Concepts, Sources and Methods (cat. no. 6102.0).



DEPENDANTS

All family members under the age of 15 years, and all children aged 15-24 years attending full time education (except those who have a partner or child of their own usually resident in the household).

See DEPENDENT STUDENT


FormatProducts

No standard format

6224.0.55.001
FA1, FA1_jun94, FA2, FA2_jun94, FA3, FA3_jun94, FA4, FA4_jun94, FA5, FA5_jun94.

6291.0.55.001
FM1, FM2, FM3, FM4.





DEPENDENT CHILDREN AGED 0-4 (‘000)

This variable contains the total number of dependent children aged 0-4 years, expressed in thousands.

Applicable to: Family households with dependent children.


FormatProducts

No standard format

6224.0.55.001
FA1, FA1_jun94, FA2, FA2_jun94, FA3, FA3_jun94, FA4, FA4_jun94, FA5, FA5_jun94.





DEPENDENT CHILDREN AGED 5-9 (‘000)

This variable contains the total number of dependent children aged 5-9 years, expressed in thousands.

Applicable to: Family households with dependent children.


FormatProducts

No standard format

6224.0.55.001
FA1, FA1_jun94, FA2, FA2_jun94, FA3, FA3_jun94, FA4, FA4_jun94, FA5, FA5_jun94.





DEPENDENT CHILDREN AGED 10-14 (‘000)

This variable contains the total number of dependent children aged 10-14 years, expressed in thousands.

Applicable to: Family households with dependent children.


FormatProducts

No standard format

6224.0.55.001
FA1, FA1_jun94, FA2, FA2_jun94, FA3, FA3_jun94, FA4, FA4_jun94, FA5, FA5_jun94.





DEPENDENT STUDENT

This refers to a natural, adopted, step, or foster child who is 15-24 years of age and who attends a secondary or tertiary educational institution as a full time student and who has no partner or child of his/her own usually resident in the same household.


FormatProducts

No standard format

6224.0.55.001
FA1, FA1_jun94, FA2, FA2_jun94, FA3, FA3_jun94, FA4, FA4_jun94, FA5, FA5_jun94.

6291.0.55.001
FM1, FM2, FM3, FM4.





DEPENDENT STUDENTS AGED 15-24 (‘000)

This variable contains the total number of dependent students aged 15-24 years, expressed in thousands.

Applicable to: Family households with dependent students.


FormatProducts

No standard format

6224.0.55.001
FA1, FA1_jun94, FA2, FA2_jun94, FA3, FA3_jun94, FA4, FA4_jun94, FA5, FA5_jun94.





DETAILED DURATION OF UNEMPLOYMENT

This variable is defined as the period of time from when an unemployed person began looking for work, until the end of the survey reference week; or, the period of time since an unemployed person last worked in any job for two weeks or more, until the end of the survey reference week; whichever was the shorter period.

Applicable to: Unemployed persons aged 15 years and over.

FormatProducts

Under 4 weeks
4 weeks and under 8 weeks
8 weeks and under 13 weeks
13 weeks and under 26 weeks
26 weeks and under 52 weeks
52 weeks and under 104 weeks
104 weeks and under 3 years
3 years and under 4 years
4 years and under 5 years
5 years and over

6291.0.55.001
UM2, FM4.





DETAILED HOURS WORKED (PERSONS)

This variable is the amount of time a person actually spent at work during the reference period. This variable includes more detailed categories than the variable Actual hours worked.

Applicable to: Employed persons aged 15 years and over.


FormatProducts

0
1-15 hours
16-20 hours
21-29 hours
30-34 hours
35-39 hours
40 hours
41-44 hours
45-49 hours
50-59 hours
60 or more hours

6291.0.55.001
FM3






DISSEMINATION REGION

This variable identifies the region of usual residence in the reference week. Labour Force Survey Dissemination Regions are based on the Australian Standard Geographical Classification (ASGC) (cat. no. 1216.0). See Information Paper: Regional Labour Force Statistics (cat. no. 6262.0).

Applicable to: Persons aged 15 years and over.

FormatProducts

NEW SOUTH WALES
Sydney Major Statistical Region
Eastern Suburbs Statistical Region
St George-Sutherland Statistical Region
Canterbury-Bankstown Statistical Region
Central Western Sydney Statistical Region
North Western Sydney Statistical Region
Lower Northern Sydney Statistical Region
Central Northern Sydney Statistical Region
Northern Beaches Statistical Region
Gosford-Wyong Statistical Region
Inner Sydney and Inner Western Sydney Statistical Regions
Inner Sydney Statistical Region
Inner Western Sydney Statistical Region
Fairfield-Liverpool and Outer South Western Sydney Statistical Regions
Fairfield-Liverpool Statistical Region
Outer South Western Sydney Statistical Region
Balance of New South Wales Major Statistical Region
Richmond-Tweed and Mid-North Coast Statistical Regions
Murray-Murrumbidgee Statistical Region
Hunter Statistical Region
Newcastle Statistical Region Sector
Hunter excluding Newcastle
Illawarra and South Eastern Statistical Regions
Wollongong Statistical Region Sector
Illawarra excluding Wollongong
South Eastern Statistical Region
Northern, Far West-North Western and Central West Statistical Regions
Northern, North Western and Central West Statistical Divisions
Far West Statistical Division
VICTORIA
Melbourne Major Statistical Region
Inner Melbourne Statistical Region
Southern Melbourne Statistical Region
Inner Eastern Melbourne Statistical Region
North Eastern Melbourne Statistical Region
North Western Melbourne Statistical Region
Outer Western Melbourne Statistical Region
Mornington Peninsula Statistical Region
Outer Eastern Melbourne Statistical Region
South Eastern Melbourne Statistical Region
Balance of Victoria Major Statistical Region
Barwon-Western District Statistical Region
Central Highlands-Wimmera Statistical Region
Loddon-Mallee Statistical Region
Goulburn-Ovens-Murray Statistical Region
All Gippsland Statistical Region
QUEENSLAND
Brisbane Major Statistical Region
Brisbane City Inner Ring Statistical Region
Brisbane City Outer Ring Statistical Region
South and East BSD Balance Statistical Region
North BSD Balance Statistical Region
Ipswich City Statistical Region
Balance of Queensland Major Statistical Region
Sunshine Coast Statistical Region
West Moreton Statistical Region
Wide Bay-Burnett Statistical Region
Mackay-Fitzroy-Central West Statistical Region
Darling Downs-South West Statistical Region
Northern-North West Statistical Region
Far North Statistical Region
Gold Coast Statistical Region
Gold Coast North Statistical Region Sector
Gold Coast South Statistical Region Sector
SOUTH AUSTRALIA
Adelaide Major Statistical Region
Northern Adelaide Statistical Region
Western Adelaide Statistical Region
Eastern Adelaide Statistical Region
Southern Adelaide Statistical Region
Balance of South Australia Major Statistical Region
Southern and Eastern SA Statistical Region
Northern and Western SA Statistical Region
WESTERN AUSTRALIA
Perth Major Statistical Region
Central Metropolitan Statistical Region
East Metropolitan Statistical Region
North Metropolitan Statistical Region
South West Metropolitan Statistical Region
South East Metropolitan Statistical Region
Balance of Western Australia Major Statistical Region
Lower Western WA Statistical Region
Remainder-Balance WA Statistical Region
TASMANIA
Greater Hobart Statistical Division
Balance of Tasmania
Southern Statistical Division
Northern Statistical Region Sector
Mersey-Lyell Statistical Region Sector
NORTHERN TERRITORY
AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY
AUSTRALIA

6291.0.55.001
Table 16, RM1_nov07, RM2_Nov07, RM3_Nov07.

6291.0.55.003
RQ1_nov07, RQ2_nov07.





DURATION OF CURRENT JOB

This variable identifies the elapsed period, to the end of the reference week, that an individual has held their current job.

Applicable to: Employed persons aged 15 years and over.


FormatProducts

Less than 3 months
3 months and under 6 months
6 months and under 12 months
12 months and over

6291.0.55.003
E02





DURATION OF UNEMPLOYMENT

See DURATION OF UNEMPLOYMENT CATEGORIES



DURATION OF UNEMPLOYMENT CATEGORIES

This variable is defined as the period of time from when an unemployed person began looking for work, until the end of the survey reference week; or, the period of time since an unemployed person last worked in any job for two weeks or more, until the end of the reference week; whichever is the shorter period.

Applicable to: Unemployed persons aged 15 years and over.


FormatProducts

Under 4 weeks
4 weeks and under 13 weeks
13 weeks and under 26 weeks
26 weeks and under 52 weeks
52 weeks and under 104 weeks
104 weeks and over
Total
52 weeks and over

6291.0.55.001
Table 14A

Under 4 weeks
4 weeks and under 13 weeks
13 weeks and under 26 weeks
26 weeks and under 52 weeks
52 weeks and under 104 weeks
104 weeks and over

6291.0.55.001
UM3

Under 52 weeks
52 weeks and under 104 weeks
104 weeks and over

6291.0.55.001
RM3_Nov07


Unemployed 104 weeks and over
Unemployed 52 weeks and under 104
Unemployed 52 weeks and over

6291.0.55.001
Table 14B





DURATION OF UNEMPLOYMENT OF HUSBAND OR HEAD

This variable is the elapsed period to the end of the survey reference week since the time a currently unemployed person began looking for work; or, since a person last worked for two weeks or more, whichever is the shorter period.

Applicable to: Husband or head of family in family household.


FormatProducts

Under 2 weeks
2 weeks and under 4 weeks
4 weeks and under 8 weeks
8 weeks and under 13 weeks
13 weeks and under 26 weeks
26 weeks and under 39 weeks
39 weeks and under 52 weeks
52 weeks and under 65 weeks
65 weeks and under 78 weeks
78 weeks and under 91 weeks
91 weeks and under 104 weeks
104 weeks and under 3 years
3 years and under 4 years
4 years and under 5 years
5 years and over
Not unemployed

6224.0.55.001
FA5





DURATION OF UNEMPLOYMENT OF WIFE OR PARTNER

This variable is the elapsed period to the end of the survey reference week since the time a currently unemployed person began looking for work; or, since a person last worked for two weeks or more, whichever is the shorter period.

Applicable to: Wife or partner in family household.


FormatProducts

Under 2 weeks
2 weeks and under 4 weeks
4 weeks and under 8 weeks
8 weeks and under 13 weeks
13 weeks and under 26 weeks
26 weeks and under 39 weeks
39 weeks and under 52 weeks
52 weeks and under 65 weeks
65 weeks and under 78 weeks
78 weeks and under 91 weeks
91 weeks and under 104 weeks
104 weeks and under 3 years
3 years and under 4 years
4 years and under 5 years
5 years and over
Not unemployed

6224.0.55.001
FA5





DURATION OF UNEMPLOYMENT SINCE LAST FULL TIME JOB

See DURATION OF UNEMPLOYMENT SINCE LAST FULL TIME JOB CATEGORIES



DURATION OF UNEMPLOYMENT SINCE LAST FULL TIME JOB CATEGORIES

This variable is the elapsed period to the end of the survey reference week since the time a currently unemployed person began looking for work; or, since a person last worked for two weeks or more, whichever is the shorter period, since their last full time job.

Applicable to: Unemployed persons aged 15 years and over.


FormatProducts

Under 4 weeks
4 weeks and under 13 weeks
13 weeks and under 26 weeks
26 weeks and under 52 weeks
52 weeks and under 104 weeks
104 weeks and over
52 weeks and over

6291.0.55.001
Table 15A, UM1 (Under 4 weeks to 104 weeks and over groupings only).

Unemployed since last full time job 52 weeks and under 104
Unemployed since last full time job 52 weeks and over
Unemployed since last full time job 104 weeks and over

6291.0.55.001
Table 15B

Under 52 weeks
52 weeks and under 104 weeks
104 weeks and over

6291.0.55.001
RM2_Nov07





EDUCATIONAL ATTENDANCE

This variable identifies persons aged 15-24 years that are attending a school or educational institution.

Applicable to: Persons 15 to 24 years.


FormatProducts

Not attending full time education
Attending school
Attending tertiary educational institution full time
Attending full time education
Total (Educational attendance)

6202.0
Table 15 (15-19 age groupings only), Table 16 (15-19 age groupings only).

Attending full time education
Not attending full time education
Total (Educational attendance)

6291.0.55.001
Table 03a (15-19 and 20-24 years groupings only), Table 03b (15-19 single years and 15-19 years grouping only), Table 03c (20-24 single years, 20-24 years grouping only).

Aged 15-19 attending neither school nor a tertiary educational institution
Aged 15-19 attending tertiary educational institution full time
Aged 15-19 attending school
Aged 20-24 not attending tertiary educational institution full time
Aged 20-24 attending tertiary educational institution full time

6291.0.55.001
LM3





EMPLOYED

All persons aged 15 years and over who, during the reference week:
  • worked for one hour or more for pay, profit, commission or payment in kind, in a job or business or on a farm (comprising Employees, Employers and Own Account Workers); or
  • worked for one hour or more without pay in a family business or on a farm (i.e. contributing family workers); or
  • were employees who had a job but were not at work and were:
  • away from work for less than four weeks up to the end of the reference week; or
  • away from work for more than four weeks up to the end of the reference week and received pay for some or all of the four week period to the end of the reference week; or
  • away from work as a standard work or shift arrangement or
  • on strike or locked out; or
  • on workers’ compensation and expected to return to their job; or
  • were employers or own account workers who had a job, business or farm, but were not at work.

See also LABOUR FORCE STATUS

FormatProducts

Employed - full time
Employed - part time
Employed - total

6202.0
Table 01 to Table 03, Table 12, Table 15 to Table 18, GM1.

6291.0.55.001
Table 01, Table 02, Table 03a (15-24 years only), Table 03b (15-19 years only), Table 03c (20-24 years only), Table 08, LM1, LM2, LM3, LM4_APR01, LM5_APR01, LM6, LM7, LM8, EM1, FM1, FM2, FM3.

6291.0.55.003
Table 05, Table 06, Table 07, Table 11, Table 12, Table 13, E03_aug94, E04, E05_aug94, E06_aug94, E07_aug96, E08_aug96, E09_aug96, E10, E11, E13_aug96, RQ1_nov07, RQ2_nov07.

Employed - full time
Employed - part time

6291.0.55.001
EM3, EM4, RM1_nov07.

6291.0.55.003
E02, E12_aug94.

Employed - full time
Employed - total

6202.0
Table 04 to Table 11, Table 13, Table 14.

Employed - full time

6291.0.55.001
EM2

Employed - part time

6291.0.55.003
E01_may01

Employed - total

6291.0.55.001
Table 09, Table 10, Table 16.

6291.0.55.003
Table 04





EMPLOYED FULL TIME

Includes employed persons who usually worked 35 hours or more a week (in all jobs) and those who, although usually working less than 35 hours a week, worked 35 hours or more during the reference week.

See also LABOUR FORCE STATUS


FormatProducts

Employed - full time

6202.0
All spreadsheets, GM1.

6291.0.55.001
Table 01, Table 02, Table 03a (15-24 years only), Table 03b (15-19 years only), Table 03c (20-24 years only), Table 08, LM1, LM2, LM3, LM4_APR01, LM5_APR01, LM6, LM7, LM8, EM1, EM2, EM3, EM4, FM1, FM2, FM3, RM1_Nov07.

6291.0.55.003
Table 05, Table 06, Table 07, Table 11, Table 12, Table 13, E02, E03_aug94, E04, E05_aug94, E06_aug94, E07_aug96, E08_aug96, E09_aug96, E10, E11, E12_aug94, E13_aug96, RQ1_nov07, RQ2_nov07.





EMPLOYED PART TIME

Includes employed persons who usually worked less than 35 hours a week (in all jobs) and either did so during the reference week, or were not at work in the reference week.

See also LABOUR FORCE STATUS


FormatProducts

Employed - part time

6202.0
Table 01 to Table 03, Table 12, Table 15 to Table 18, GM1.

6291.0.55.001
Table 01, Table 02, Table 03a (15-24 years only), Table 03b (15-19 years only), Table 03c (20-24 years only), Table 08, LM1, LM2, LM3, LM4_APR01, LM5_APR01, LM6, LM7, LM8, EM1, EM3, EM4, RM1_Nov07, FM1, FM2, FM3.

6291.0.55.003
Table 05, Table 06, Table 07, Table 11, Table 12, Table 13, E01_may01, E02, E03_aug94, E04, E05_aug94, E06_aug94, E07_aug96, E08_aug96, E09_aug96, E10, E11, E12_aug94, E13_aug96, RQ1_nov07, RQ2_nov07.





EMPLOYEE

An employee is a person who works for a public or private employer and receives remuneration in wages, salary, a retainer fee from their employer while working on a commission basis, tips, piece rates, or payment in kind; or a person who operates their own incorporated enterprise with or without hiring employees.


FormatProducts

Employee

6291.0.55.001
Table 8

6291.0.55.003
Table 13, E04, E05_aug94, E06_aug94, E07_aug96, E08_aug96.





EMPLOYER

An employer is a person who operates their own unincorporated economic enterprise or engages independently in a profession or trade, and hires one or more employees.


FormatProducts

Employer

6291.0.55.001
Table 08

6291.0.55.003
Table 13, E04, E05_aug94, E06_aug94, E07_aug96, E08_aug96.





EMPLOYMENT TO POPULATION RATIO

For any group, the number of employed persons expressed as a percentage of the Australian civilian population in the same group.

Calculation: Employment to Population Ratio = Employed Total / Civilian Population aged 15 years and over.

Applicable to: Employed persons aged 15 years and over.


FormatProducts

Employment to population ratio

6202.0
Table 01 to Table 03, Table 12, Table 13 (15-19 years only), Table 14 (15-19 years only), Table 15 (15-19 years only), Table 16 (15-19 years only), Table 17 (15-24 years only), Table 18 (15-64 years only).





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