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6342.0.80.002 - Flexible Working Arrangements in Queensland, Oct 2010 Quality Declaration 
Latest ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 06/07/2011   
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CONTENTS

Introduction
Includes: INTRODUCTION
This publication will allow analysis on how people used flexible working arrangements in the 12 months prior to October 2010.
Summary of Findings
Includes: SUMMARY OF FINDINGS
People aged 15-24 years did not use flexible working arrangements as often as older colleagues.
Flexible Working Arrangements
Includes: INTRODUCTION, KEY FINDINGS
1.1 million Queensland employees used some form of flexible working arrangements in their main job.
Work Preferences
Includes: INTRODUCTION, KEY FINDINGS
People aged 15-24 preferred to work more hours than they usually did.
Volunteering
Includes: INTRODUCTION, KEY FINDINGS
Females were more likely to volunteer than males.
Caring
Includes: INTRODUCTION, KEY FINDINGS, Child care, Adult care
35-44 year olds had the highest proportion of people who provided care for children.


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