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4102.0 - Australian Social Trends, Sep 2011  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 21/09/2011   
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Download the LATEST issue in full of Australian Social Trends September 2011 or see the individual articles below:


Housing assistance for renters
This article focuses on social (public and community) housing and Commonwealth Rent Assistance, and the characteristics of those people who receive these types of assistance.

Long-term unemployment
This article looks at the rates and ratios of long-term unemployment over time, the characteristics and experiences of the long-term unemployed in trying to find work.

Community service workers
This article presents an overview of workers in industries that provide residential care services, child care services and other social assistance services in Australia.

Are all schools uniform?
This article examines changes over the last decade in the number of government and non-government schools, student enrolments and teaching staff, as well as government school funding. It also explores education outcomes for young adults who last attended government or non-government schools.

Download the LATEST Australian Social Trends indicators below:

Australian Social Trends includes national and state summary indicator sets across several broad areas of social concern. Two of nine indicator sets were released in September. You can download all the Excel spreadsheets below.

Note: The Economic resources indicators will be updated in December 2011.
September 2011
Health
International comparisons
December 2010
Family and community
Housing
Economic resources
Work
June 2011
Population
Education and training
Other areas of social concern

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