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4102.0 - Australian Social Trends, Sep 2010  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 29/09/2010   
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Holidaying abroad
This article looks at the short-term resident departures by Australians including main destinations and the profile of people who travel abroad.
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Parental divorce or death during childhood
This article examines the life outcomes of adults who experienced parental divorce or the death of a parent during their childhood.
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New Zealanders in Australia
This article examines trends over time and characteristics of the New Zealand-born population in Australia.
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The city and the bush: Indigenous wellbeing across Remoteness Areas
This article compares the circumstances of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in major cities, regional areas and remote areas. Reissued 13/10/2010
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Older people and the labour market
This article examines the increasing labour force participation rates of people aged 55 years and over, their employment characteristics, and the barriers to employment of older people.
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Australian workers: Education and workplace training
This article looks at trends in the qualification levels, study and workplace training of Australian workers, and the characteristics and outcomes of study.
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LATEST National and State Indicators
Indicators show a range of statistics covering different social areas both at a national as well as state and territory level.
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Previously Released National and State Indicators
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Population (June 2010)
Family and community (December 2009)
Education and training (June 2010)
Work (December 2009)
Housing (December 2009)
Other areas of social concern (June 2010)
International comparisons (December 2009)

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