Key IndicatorsPopulation clock 25,499,905 1 new person every 1 minute and 24 seconds. Consumer price index 1.6% June quarter 2019 All groups, original Gross domestic product 0.5% Quarterly change Jun 2019 Chain volume measure, seasonally adjusted Average weekly earnings $1,633.80 May 2019 Full time adults ordinary time, trend estimate Unemployment rate 5.3% September 2019 Monthly, trend estimate
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- Thursday 24 October 2019Mixed outcomes for people with disabilityDisability, Ageing and Carers, Australia: Summary of Findings
- Thursday 24 October 2019Register your interest in attending a survey workshopPublic Consultation - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Survey Workshops
- Thursday 24 October 2019Data now available in the DataLabMicrodata: Disability, Ageing and Carers, Australia
- Thursday 24 October 2019Detailed monthly Labour Force data released todayLabour Force, Australia, Detailed - Electronic Delivery
- Tuesday 22 October 2019State Electoral Divisions updatedAustralian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS): Volume 3 - Non ABS Structures (Additional Information)
Value of the Australian Census Every $1 spent on the Census generates $6 in the economy The ABS welcomes newly released findings from Lateral Economics, estimating that for every $1 invested in the Census $6 of value was generated to the Australian economy. The Valuing the Australian Census report estimated an annual benefit of $800m from the Census, compared to a five year total cost of $670m.
Labour Force, Australia: Labour Force Status and Other Characteristics of Families, June 2019 More parents working full-time The proportion of families with children younger than five where both parents were working full time increased 7 percentage points over the last decade. In couple families with children younger than five, mothers who worked full-time increased to 24 per cent in 2019, up from 17 per cent in 2009.
1 in 4 employed people under 30 are multiple job holders