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Thursday 22 June 2017
6291.0.55.001Labour Force, Australia, Detailed - Electronic Delivery, May 2017
A range of Excel spreadsheets, pivot tables, and SuperTABLE datacubes. SuperTABLE data cubes will be discontinued after the July 2017 release. The monthly spreadsheets contain broad level data covering all the major items of the Labour Force Survey in time series format, including seasonally adjusted and trend estimates. The monthly datacubes and pivot tables contain more detailed and cross classified original data than the spreadsheets.
6291.0.55.003Labour Force, Australia, Detailed, Quarterly, May 2017
A range of Excel spreadsheets, pivot tables, and SuperTABLE datacubes. SuperTABLE data cubes will be discontinued after the July 2017 release. The monthly spreadsheets contain broad level data covering all the major items of the Labour Force Survey in time series format, including seasonally adjusted and trend estimates. The monthly datacubes and pivot tables contain more detailed and cross classified original data than the spreadsheets.

Friday 23 June 2017
No scheduled releases today.

Monday 26 June 2017
No scheduled releases today.

Tuesday 27 June 2017
2061.0Census of Population and Housing: QuickStats, Australia, 2016
QuickStats provides a quick visual summary of Census data about an area or topic. It includes a map of the area selected, as well as the key characteristics of the people living in that area, their families and the dwellings in which they live.

QuickStats data will be available at different geographic levels in the 2016 Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS), ranging from Australia, the states and territories, Local Government Areas and Postal Areas, down to Statistical Area Level 1.


2900.0Census of Population and Housing: Understanding the Census and Census Data, Australia , 2016
First IssueCensus of Population and Housing: Understanding the Census and Census Data, Australia (cat. no. 2900.0) provides information to help people use and interpret 2016 Census data. The publication discusses how the data was collected, key changes to the Census process and data topics since 2011, and data quality information to help people assess the usefulness of 2016 Census data for their needs. Data quality statements are included to provide a brief description of each 2016 Census variable and its non-response rates.


3101.0Australian Demographic Statistics, December 2016
Quarterly estimates of total resident population for states, territories and Australia. Includes estimates of the population by sex in five-year age groups; numbers (and some rates) of births, deaths, infant deaths, interstate and overseas movements; quarterly and/or annual time series spreadsheets; projected resident population for states, territories and Australia; and projected number of households for capital cities, states territories and Australia.

Periodically, articles focusing on specific demographic topics will be released as part of this publication.


2940.0Census of Population and Housing: Details of Overcount and Undercount, Australia, 2016
This release presents estimates of net undercount for the 2016 Census of Population and Housing, resulting from the Census Post Enumeration Survey (PES). The PES is a household survey conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) shortly after each Census, in order to provide an independent measure of Census coverage. As well as providing undercount estimates by a range of demographic characteristics, this publication also details how the 2016 PES was conducted and how 2016 estimates have been calculated.


2001.0Census of Population and Housing: General Community Profile, Australia, 2016
The General Community Profile is new for the 2016 Census. It replaces the Basic and Expanded Community Profiles and has been created by merging elements of both these profiles.

It contains a series of tables showing the characteristics of persons, families and dwellings in a selected geographic area.

These tables are available for a wide variety of geographic regions, ranging from national and state level down to Statistical Area Level 2. The data is based on place of usual residence (that is, where people usually live, rather than where they were counted on Census Night).


2002.0Census of Population and Housing: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples Profile, Australia, 2016
First IssueThis profile consists of a series of tables showing the characteristics of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their families and dwellings in a selected area. Some tables include comparisons with the non-Indigenous population.

The data is based on place of usual residence, that is, where people usually live. This information is available for a range of geographic areas, from the national level down to Statistical Area Level 2. The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Profile is also available for geographies within the Indigenous Structure, such as a Indigenous Regions and Indigenous Areas.


2003.0Census of Population and Housing: Time Series Profile, Australia, 2016
First IssueThis profile compares data from the 2006, 2011 and 2016 Censuses (where the classifications are comparable). If classifications have been revised between each Census, data will be output on the classification used for the 2016 Census. To provide comparability between Censuses, the revised classifications are concorded, and footnotes added to the tables to indicate this. Relevant concordance files will be available from the ABS website.

The person data is based on place of usual residence (note that the 2011 TSP data was based on place of enumeration.). The dwelling and family data are based on place of enumeration.


2024.0Census of Population and Housing: Australia Revealed, 2016
First IssueAustralia Revealed uses 2016 Census data to tell us who we are, how we live, what we do, and where we are headed.


2061.0.55.003Census of Population and Housing: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples QuickStats, Australia, 2016
First IssueAn expansion of the QuickStats product, the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples QuickStats reports on people, family and dwelling level information for the Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander population, from the 2016 Census.

Data is available at different geographic levels in the 2016 Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS).


2071.0Census of Population and Housing: Reflecting Australia - Stories from the Census, 2016
Reflecting Australia presents a series of data stories from the 2016 Census of Population and Housing. These stories will share insights and analysis into Australia's population, including our cultural diversity, religion, income, dwellings and family composition, demonstrating how our nation has changed over time.


2916.0Census of Population and Housing - QuickStats, Community Profiles and DataPacks User Guide, Australia, 2016
First IssueThe QuickStats, Community Profiles and DataPacks User Guide has been created to support those who need help when using any or all of these products.

Information is provided on a wide range of features, including; navigating, creating, searching and saving.

This user guide will be updated as required to keep users up to date with the latest features of the system.

Wednesday 28 June 2017
5368.0.55.006Characteristics of Australian Exporters, 2015-16
This publication provides an analysis of the number and characteristics of Australia's exporters. Estimates on exporters of merchandise trade are compiled from data sourced from the Australian Customs Service (Customs) and from the Australian Taxation Office's (ATO) Australian Business Register. Estimates on exporters of services are compiled largely from the ABS Survey of International Trade in Services (SITS).
8762.0Engineering Construction Activity, Australia, March 2017
Contains value of engineering construction work done, commenced and yet to be done, classified by state or territory, commodity (roads, bridges, pipelines etc), sector (public/private) undertaking the work, and sector for whom the work is being done. Includes seasonally adjusted estimates of the value of work done by sector in both current prices and in chain volume measure terms. It includes more comprehensive and updated information to that contained in Construction Work Done, Australia, Preliminary (cat. no. 8755.0).

Thursday 29 June 2017
5232.0Australian National Accounts: Finance and Wealth, March 2017
Contains quarterly data for: national, sectoral and subsectoral financial accounts (flows) and balance sheets by financial instruments and counterparties; national, sectoral and subsectoral capital accounts; financial instrument market tables by sectors and subsectors issuing/accepting/borrowing by counterparties; demand for credit and credit outstanding by non-financial domestic sectors and subsectors; household balance sheet and associated analytical measures of income, consumption, saving and wealth; and household housing loans outstanding by lending institution. All estimates are in current prices, and the capital accounts are presented in original, seasonal adjusted and trend terms.
6354.0Job Vacancies, Australia, May 2017
Results of the quarterly Job Vacancies Survey containing estimates of job vacancies classified by industry, sector and state/territory.