4912.1 - Managing Care and Work, New South Wales, Oct 2005  
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This publication summarises results from the 'Managing Care and Work' survey, conducted during October 2005 throughout New South Wales. It presents information on the relationship between peoples' unpaid caring responsibilities and their work situation during the six months prior to the survey. Topics covered include: frequency of care and selected characteristics of the care recipient; sector of employment; type of working arrangements used (or wanted to use) for caring; reasons could not use desired working arrangements; changes made (or wanted to be made) to working arrangements for caring; whether main reason for self employment was due to caring; and main source of income if not looking for paid work due to caring responsibilities.

Managing Caring Responsibilities and Paid Employment, New South Wales, October 2000 (cat. no. 4903.1) contains data on a similar/related topic. The October 2000 survey collected additional information on the use of maternity leave in the last 5 years by females with dependent children aged under 15 years.