6239.0 - Barriers and Incentives to Labour Force Participation, Australia, July 2012 to June 2013 Quality Declaration 
ARCHIVED ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 28/11/2013   
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APPENDIX POPULATIONS

DATA AVAILABLE ON REQUEST

The ABS has a range of data available on request from the Barriers and Incentives to Labour Force Participation topic. This section lists the populations which are used in the publication. Full details of the data items are available on the ABS website in an Excel spreadsheet, under the Downloads section (B&I and R&RI 2012–13 Data Items List).

The population(s) for a particular data item refers to the people in the survey to whom the data relates. Where alternative output categories are available for the same data item, these are shown and the data item name is followed by a bracketed numeral (e.g. country of birth (2)).

For more information about ABS data available on request, contact National Information and Referral Service in Canberra on 1300 135 070 or via email to <client.services@abs.gov.au> or contact Labour Market Statistics Section on (02) 62527206 or via email to <labour.statistics@abs.gov.au>.


Population 1

All persons aged 18 years and over

Population 2

Employed persons

Population 3

Unemployed persons1

Population 4

Persons not in the labour force

Population 5

Persons not in the labour force who wanted a paid job

Population 6

Persons who were not in the labour force, wanted a paid job but were not available to start within four weeks

Population 7

Persons who were not in the labour force, wanted a paid job, were available to start within four weeks, but were not actively looking for a job

Population 8

Persons who were not in the labour force, wanted a paid job, were available to start within four weeks, and were actively looking for a job

Population 9

Persons who were not in the labour force and did not want a paid job or did not know

Population 9A

Persons aged 18–75 years, who were not in the labour force, excluding those permanently unable to work and permanently retired from the labour force

Population 10

Persons who usually worked 0–34 hours per week in all jobs

Population 11

Persons who usually work 0–34 hours, and preferred to work more hours

Population 12

Persons who usually work 0–34 hours, preferred to work more hours, but were not available to start within four weeks

Population 13

Persons who usually work 0–34 hours, preferred to work more hours, were available to start within four weeks, but were not looking for work with more hours

Population 14

Persons who usually work 0–34 hours, preferred to work more hours, were available to start within four weeks, and were looking for work with more hours

Population 15

Persons who usually work 0–34 hours, and did not prefer to work more hours

Population 15A

Persons aged 18–75 years, who usually work 0–34 hours per week in all jobs

END NOTE
1. There are no unemployed persons aged over 75 years.