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1367.2 - State and Regional Indicators, Victoria, Sep 2010  
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DURATION OF UNEMPLOYMENT

Between September 2009 and September 2010, the number of people classified as short-term unemployed (less than 13 weeks) decreased by 8,400 people (-14.3%) in the Melbourne MSR and by 4,200 people (-5.4%) in the Balance of Victoria MSR.

Over the same period, the number of people classified as medium-term unemployed (13 to less than 52 weeks) decreased by 2,400 people (-6.0%) in the Melbourne MSR and by 1,200 (-2.1%) in the Balance of Victoria MSR.

The number of people classified as long-term unemployed (52 weeks or more) decreased by 1,100 people (5.5%) in the Melbourne MSR, while the number of people increased by 800 (2.8%) in the Balance of Victoria MSR.

Unemployed persons, By Duration of unemployment - Victoria

Graph: Unemployed persons, By Duration of unemployment—Victoria


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