4102.0 - Australian Social Trends, Jun 2011  
ARCHIVED ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 29/06/2011   
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This article looks at Australians working more than their preferred hours. This article examines who is overemployed and reasons why overemployed workers would prefer to work less.

Work and Health
This article explores the relationship between work and employees’ health through work-related injuries and fatalities data. How these vary across occupations and industry, plus the influence of age and sex are also examined.

Sport and physical recreation
This article looks at who participates in sports and physical recreation, and which activities are the most popular. The article will also look at how these activities vary according to where people live.

Culture and the arts
This article examines Australians' attendance at selected cultural venues and events, and how attendance varies across personal characteristics.

Online @ home
This article focuses on how Australians use and access the internet at home. The article examines who is online, what they are doing, and how long they spend online.

Children of the digital revolution
This article examines children’s use of information technology and the internet, including what children use the internet for and how long they spend online. The article also explores children’s online safety and security threats.

Download the LATEST Australian Social Trends indicators below:

Australian Social Trends includes national and state summary indicator sets across several broad areas of social concern. Three of nine indicator sets were released in June, you can download all the Excel spreadsheets below.

Note: The International comparisons indicators will be updated in September 2011, while the Economic resources indicators will be updated in December 2011.
June 2011
Education and training
Other areas of social concern
September 2010
Economic resources
December 2010
Family and community
International comparisons