NEW AND IMMINENT DATA RELEASES
Australian Census Analytic Program: The Micro-Dynamics of Change in Australian Agriculture: 1976-2001 (cat. no. 2055.0) was released on 9 February 2004. This report is about the changing demographic structure of the Australia's farming community. It examines patterns of entry to agriculture and exit from agriculture, and uses these to build a simple model of the farm sector. The model is used to project possible future farming population structures.
Further details are in Australian Census Analytic Program: The Micro-Dynamics of Change in Australian Agriculture: 1976-2001 (cat. no. 2055.0). For further enquiries please contact Neil Barr on (03) 5430 4439.
Job Search Experience, Australia, July 2003 (cat. no. 6222.0) was released on 3 February 2004. This publication provides estimates of unemployed persons classified by difficulties in finding work, duration of current period of unemployment, whether would move interstate or intrastate if offered a suitable job, active steps taken to find work, whether looking for full-time or part-time work, educational attainment, number of spells of looking for work in the previous 12 months. Estimates can also be cross-classified by labour force demographics such as state, sex, age, marital status and birthplace.
This survey also provides estimates of 'successful jobseekers', i.e. persons who were formerly jobseekers but were now (as at the survey reference period) employed and were successful in securing that job in the previous 12 months. Estimates can also be cross-classified by labour force demographics such as state, sex, age, marital status and birthplace.
Further details are in Job Search Experience, Australia (cat. no. 6222.0) or contact the Labour Force section on (02) 6252 7206.
General Social Survey, Summary Results, Australia, 2002 (cat. no. 4159.0) was released on 21 January 2004. This publication presents summary results from the 2002 General Social Survey (GSS). The GSS brings together a wide range of information from different areas of social concern. Topics include health, housing, education, work, income, financial stress, assets and liabilities, transport, family and community, and crime. This product includes summary tables for different population groups and selected themes, together with more detailed cross classified tables covering selected topics. Tables are also available for each state and territory via this website.
Further details are in General Social Survey, Summary Results, Australia, 2002 (cat. no. 4159.0).