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1307.6 - Tasmanian State and Regional Indicators, Mar 2009  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 30/04/2009   
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Image: In this IssueIn this Issue
30/04/09| Tasmanian State and Regional Indicators provides a summary of Tasmanian statistical information and is released on a quarterly basis. Updated topics in this release are: Family and Community, Household Economic Resources and Housing and Construction; plus a feature article: What is statistical literacy and why is it important to be statistically literate? The Population, Education, and Transport topics will be updated for the next release in July 2009.
Image: LabourLabour
30/01/09| Includes: Labour Force Status, Employment, Unemployment, Underemployment, Hours Worked, Average Weekly Earnings, Wage Price Index, Wage and Salary Earner Incomes
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Image: Economic ActivityEconomic Activity
30/01/09| Includes: Gross State Product, Capital Expenditure, Consumer Price Index, House Price Index, Industry Value Added, Housing Finance, International Trade, Motor Vehicle Sales
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Image: IndustryIndustry
30/01/09| Includes: Industry Value Added, Agriculture, Mining, Manufacturing, Retail Trade, Tourist Accommodation, Building Approvals and Activity, Land Use, Business Counts
Image: PopulationPopulation
30/04/08| Includes: Population change, Components of change, Natural Increase, Births, Deaths, Life expectancy, Net Migration, Age structure, Population distribution, Country of birth, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population
Image: Family and CommunityFamily and Community
30/04/09| Includes: Family composition, Marriages and Divorces, Labour force status of parents, Child care, Contact arrangements, Children's Participation in sport, cultural and leisure activities, Social Involvement, Voluntary Work, Household type of Internet connection
Image: Household Economic ResourcesHousehold Economic Resources
30/04/09| Includes: Household income, Source of income, Home Ownership, Rent and Housing loan repayments, Household Expenditure, Household assets and liabilities, Superannuation contributions
Image: EducationEducation
31/07/08| Includes: Schools, School students, School teachers, Higher education students, VET students, Apprentices & trainees, Age participation rates, Apparent retention rates, Students achieving literacy and numeracy benchmarks, Educational attainment
Image: Housing and ConstructionHousing and Construction
30/04/09| Includes: Dwelling structure, Household size by number of bedrooms, Building approvals, Property sales, Employment in the construction industry
Image: TransportTransport
31/07/08| Includes: Roads, Motor vehicles, Motor vehicle usage, Drivers' licenses, Persons killed or injured in road crashes, Method of travel to work, Bus passenger movements, Air passenger movements, Bass Strait ferry movements, Freight activity
Image: Crime and JusticeCrime and Justice
31/10/08| Includes: Courts, Offence categories, Prison sentences, Prisoners, Legal aid, Complaints to the Ombudsman
Image: HealthHealth
31/10/08| Includes: Causes of death, Long term conditions, Actions taken for health, Smoking, Alcohol consumption, Body mass index, Exercise levels, Nutrition, Disability status, Employment in health occupations, Immunisation, Private health insurance, Prescribed medications, Mental health
Image: EnvironmentEnvironment
31/10/08| Includes: Climate, Temperature, Rainfall, Water, Sea level, Sea temperature, Fisheries production, Agricultural impact of climate change, Natural resource management, Energy consumption, Greenhouse gas emissions
Image: Feature ArticleFeature Article
30/04/09| : What is statistical literacy and why is it important to be statistically literate? A discussion of the key aspects of statistical literacy and why it is so important in a modern society. Includes examples of what to look out for when interpreting statistical information, and lists some of the more common pitfalls and how to avoid them.




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