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Tuesday 17 July 2018
6150.0.55.003Labour Account Australia, Quarterly Experimental Estimates, September 2017
Additional InformationThis release consists of experimental annual estimates for 2010-11 through to 2016-17 for the Australian Labour Account.

Wednesday 18 July 2018
3417.0Understanding Migrant Outcomes - Insights from the Australian Census and Migrants Integrated Dataset, Australia, 2016
The 2016 Australian Census and Migrants Integrated Dataset (ACMID) project used statistical techniques to link data on persons granted visas under the Australian Government's Migration and Humanitarian programs to data from the 2016 Census of Population and Housing. This publication provides an overview of selected social and economic characteristics of permanent migrants using the range of data collected in the Census for people that migrated to Australia under different entry conditions such as: visa stream, primary/secondary applicant status, and whether migrants were offshore or onshore applicants.
3417.0.55.001Microdata: Australian Census and Migrants Integrated Dataset, 2016
This release relates to microdata from the Australian Census and Migrants Integrated Dataset, 2016.

TableBuilder is available with microdata from the Australian Census and Migrants Integrated Dataset, 2016. Statistical techniques were used to link records from the Department of Social Services Permanent Migrant Data to the 2016 Census of Population and Housing.

Apply online for access to the TableBuilder at
http://www.abs.gov.au/registration

The integrated data available in TableBuilder enables person level characteristics collected in the Census to be cross classified with data items that describe a migrant's entry conditions; visa, main/secondary applicant status and whether an offshore or onshore applicant.

A detailed list of data items is available on the Downloads tab.

TableBuilder enables users to tabulate, manipulate and analyse data. Steps to confidentialise the dataset are taken to ensure the integrity of data and to maintain confidentiality of respondents. This includes removing any information that might uniquely identify an individual, reducing the level of detail for some items and collapsing some categories.

Thursday 19 July 2018
6202.0Labour Force, Australia, June 2018
Summary results of the monthly Labour Force Survey containing estimates of employed and unemployed persons classified by sex, full-time / part-time status, states and territories and some age groups; and by persons not in the labour force.
8158.0Innovation in Australian Business, 2016-17
This release presents key indicators on the incidence of innovation and related practices by Australian businesses, as collected from the 2016-17 Business Characteristics Survey (BCS).

The data presented comprises: types of innovation; barriers to innovation; sources of ideas for innovation; innovation-active businesses and collaboration; benefits to the business by innovating; sources of development and degree of novelty of innovations; types of innovation-related expenditure; and government financial assistance for innovation.

Detailed innovation data are produced biennially with core indicators available each year.

Friday 20 July 2018
No scheduled releases today.

Monday 23 July 2018
No scheduled releases today.

Tuesday 24 July 2018
2049.0Census of Population and Housing: Estimating homelessness, 2016
Replacement ContentReplacement content release - this replacement content contains corrected data in Data Cube 1: Census of Population and Housing: Estimating Homelessness, 2016 and Data Cube 2: State and territory of usual residence, All persons, and minor formatting changes within these Data Cubes.
2049.0.55.002Microdata: Census of Populations and Housing: Estimating Homelessness, 2016
First IssuePresents detailed estimates of the prevalence of homelessness in TableBuilder from the ABS' Census of Population and Housing for 2016.

The estimates have been produced using the ABS' methodology for estimating homelessness from the Census. More information on the methodology can be found in the Information Paper - Methodology for Estimating Homelessness from the Census of Population and Housing (cat. no. 2049.0.55.001).

TableBuilder is an online tool for creating tables and graphs. Steps are taken to maintain confidentiality of contributors.
6150.0.55.003Labour Account Australia, Quarterly Experimental Estimates, September 2017
Additional InformationThis release consists of Spotlight articles highlighting estimates for the Health and Education industries.