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Labour Market Statistics (Disability): June 2017 quarter
Embargoed until 10:45am  –  07 September 2017
Tables
The following tables are available in Excel format from the ‘Downloads’ box. If you have problems viewing the files, see opening files and PDFs.
  1. People employed, unemployed, and not in the labour force, by disability status
  2. 15–64-year-olds employed, unemployed, and not in the labour force, by disability status
  3. Labour force status rates, by disability status and age
  4. Underutilisation, by disability status
  5. Highest qualification, by disability status
  6. Full-time, part-time, and hours worked for employed people, by disability status
  7. Income, by disability status
  8. People employed, by employment and disability status
  9. People employed, by industry and disability status
  10. People employed, by occupation and disability status
  11. People employed, by job tenure and disability status
  12. Paid employees by employment agreement and disability status
  13. Labour force and education status of people aged 15–24 years, by disability status
  14. Main activity for those not in the labour force, by disability status
  15. Main reason for leaving last job, by disability status

Next release

In the June 2017 quarter, the Household Labour Force Survey (HLFS) began including data on the disability status of respondents. Data on labour market outcomes for disabled and non-disabled people will be included in the Labour Market Statistics: June 2018 quarter release.

Liz MacPherson, Government Statistician
ISSN 2537-9356 
7 September 2017

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