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4102.0 - Australian Social Trends, 2014  
Latest ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 18/03/2014  Final
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Exploring the Gap
What would the gap in labour market participation and unemployment rates look like if characteristics like health or education were the same for both Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and non-Indigenous people?
Does size matter? Population projections 20 and 50 years from 2013
This article uses projections to show what would happen to the size and shape of Australia's population in 2033 and 2063 if specific assumptions about population growth were to apply.
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Emotional Abuse
One in four women and one in seven men have experienced emotional abuse by a partner. This Australian Social Trends article looks at their experiences.

Article Archive - so many Australian stories
Articles about our population, families and communities, health, education and training, work, housing, economic resources and lots of other areas of social concern.


Australian Social Trends indicators

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Previously, Australian Social Trends included national and state summary indicator sets across several broad areas of social concern. From February 2013, these indicators were no longer produced. Similar information will be available via the Topics @ a Glance pages.
June 2012
- Education and training
- Other areas of social concern
September 2012
- Health
- Population
- International comparisons
December 2012
- Family and community
- Housing
- Economic resources
February 2013
- Work



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