Designed to measure
Frequency/Type of data source
|Average Weekly Earnings |
The level of average weekly earnings of employees.
Biannual business survey.
Time series data available (including seasonally adjusted and trend estimates).
Total personal income collected in ranges. Household and family income imputed from personal income.
Population census conducted every 5 years.
Data available for small geographic areas.
|Characteristics of Employment|
Earnings and the distribution of weekly earnings.
Annual household survey.
Detailed socio-demographic information and labour force statistics. Distributional data available.
|Economic Activity Survey|
Income, expenses, industry value added, operating profit before tax, capital expenditure, employment and wages and salaries.
Annual business survey combined with ATO administrative data (business activity statement).
Time series data available, cross classified by industry divisions and subdivisions.
|Employee Earnings and Jobs|
Experimental employee earnings estimates using administrative data.
First publication using data from an experimental linked employer-employee database (LEED).
Demonstrates the feasibility linking employer and employee information to inform labour supply and labour demand and to provide a high quality job count.
|Estimates of Personal Income for Small Areas|
Regional estimates of employment and total income for persons who lodge a tax forms, using data sourced from the Australian Tax Office (ATO)
Annual analysis of ATO administrative data (personal income tax).
Data for small areas, down to Local Government Area level.
|Jobs in Australia|
Jobs and the personal income they generate
Linked employer-employee database (LEED)
Reliable annual data on filled jobs and job-holders covering more than 2,200 regions across Australia.
Jobs in Australia
(cat. no. 6160.0)
|Labour Account Australia, Experimental Estimates|
Costs incurred by enterprises in employing labour, and the incomes received by people from its provision
Annual and Quarterly. Balanced compilation of household, business and administrative sources
A time series of estimates of the number of employed persons, the number of jobs, hours worked and paid for and the income earned for each industry in one coherent framework.
Compensation of employees, a very broad concept of employee remuneration.
Quarterly compilation based primarily on quarterly business surveys.
Broad measure of remuneration (includes, for example, annual bonuses and payment in kind).
|Quarterly Business Indicators Survey|
Revenue, profits, inventory and wages paid by private sector businesses.
Quarterly business survey.
Time series data available.
|Survey of Employee Earnings and Hours |
Composition and distribution of earnings (weekly and hourly) of employees, hours paid for, and whether their pay is set by award, collective agreement or individual arrangement.
Biennial business survey with payroll employee component.
Data cross-classified by employer and some employee characteristics. Distributional data available.
|Survey of Employment and Earnings|
Public sector employee earnings paid by level of Government
Annual business survey.
Public sector estimates, by level of government.
|Survey of Income and Housing|
A breakdown of household income, including wages and salaries.
Two-yearly household survey.
Distributional data on the broader context of household income and components available (including labour income) cross-classified by several employee characteristics.
|Survey of Major Labour Costs|
Total earnings as well as other labour costs borne by businesses, for example payroll tax.
Irregular (currently run every 6 years) business survey.
Earnings data in the broader context of labour costs. Data per employee also available.
|Wage Price Index|
Changes in the price of wages and salaries resulting from market pressures.
Quarterly business survey.
Estimate of pure wage inflation removing the effect of composition.