|This publication is a series of analytical articles and overviews using the latest Census data from the 2011 Census of Population and Housing. Articles in the series will be added progressively. |
Recent featured articles include:
|What proportion of Australians aged 20-24 years in 2011 had attained Year 12 or an equivalent school or non-school qualification? How did this change over the preceding decade? This article also looks at participation in further education of 20-24 year olds, including how the proportion of young men and women in further education has changed over the last 40 years.|
|How many Australians aged 65 years and over were employed and how many were engaged in voluntary work in 2011? How did this differ from those aged 80 years and over? Which states had the largest proportions of older people? This article also looks at a range of other characteristics of older Australians.|
|Why was the number of people counted in Western Australia - Outback on Census Night higher than the number of people who usually lived there? Which areas make up Western Australia - Outback? Where did the people counted in these areas come from and what were they doing? What were the most common industries of work in these areas?|
|How many people moved residence in the last 5 years? How do movers differ from longer-term residents? Where do people move to? How do movers living in capital cities differ from movers living in coastal and inland areas?|
History articlesAs 2011 is the centenary of the Australian Census, the series also includes several articles on the history of Census.
Other Census analysisA comprehensive list of 2011 Census analysis from a range of ABS publications is available and will be updated progressively.