3417.0.55.001 - Microdata: Australian Census and Migrants Integrated Dataset, 2016 Quality Declaration 
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DATA ITEMS


TABLEBUILDER DATA

A complete list of data items included on the ACMID file is provided in an Excel spreadsheet that can be accessed from the Downloads tab.

The 2016 Australian Census Migrants Integrated Dataset (ACMID)TableBuilder contains approximately 220 data items. Topics include general demographic and geography characteristics; employment, income and unpaid work; education and qualifications; cultural and language diversity, as well as migration characteristics.

All data items are created at person level. This includes data items relating to the dwelling, family and household of the person linked in the dataset. For ease of use, these data items have been divided into Person, Dwelling, Household, Family and Spouse Related groupings.

The Data Item List spreadsheet contains:

    • Classifications by Topic
    • Person Characteristics
    • Permanent Visa Characteristics
    • Culture and Language Diversity
    • Education and Qualifications
    • Employment and Income
    • Voluntary and Unpaid Work
    • Address and Internal Migration
    • Selected Dwelling Characteristics
    • Selected Family Characteristics
    • Selected Household Characteristics
    • Spouse or Partner Characteristics
    • Geography
    • Socio-Economic Indexes For Areas (SEIFA)

The following geographies are available:
    • Main Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS) - Greater Capital City Statistical Areas (Usual Residence, Place of Enumeration and Place of Work)
    • Main Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS) - Urban Centre and Localities, Sections of State (Usual Residence and Place of Enumeration)
    • Local Government Areas (2016 Boundaries) (Usual Residence and Place of Enumeration)
    • Significant Urban Areas (Usual Residence and Place of Enumeration)
    • Remoteness Areas (Usual Residence and Place of Enumeration)
    • Postal Areas (Usual Residence and Place of Enumeration)
    • Commonwealth Electoral Divisions (Usual Residence and Place of Enumeration)
    • State Electoral Divisions (Usual Residence and Place of Enumeration)
    • Main Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS) Place of Usual Residence One and Five Years Ago
    • Greater Capital City Statistical Areas Place of Usual Residence One and Five Years Ago
    • Local Government Areas of Usual Residence One and Five Years Ago (2016 Boundaries).

Links have been embedded into each of the worksheets allowing users quick and easy access to detailed information about specific data items and classifications.

Users intending to purchase the TableBuilder should ensure that the data they require, and the level of detail they need, are available in this product prior to purchase.


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