Australian Bureau of Statistics
1370.0 - Measures of Australia's Progress, 2010
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 15/09/2010
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Is life in Australia getting better?
The Australian Bureau of Statistics released a report today containing a range of information that should help Australians decide if life is getting better.
“That’s a big question – is life better now than it was ten years ago?” said Mr Brian Pink, Australian Statistician. “Measuring progress in this very broad sense is one of the most challenging and important new tasks confronting national statistical agencies across the world”, Mr Pink said.
Today’s report, Measures of Australia’s Progress, presents reliable, easy to understand information that describes how Australia is progressing across a range of social, economic and environmental measures.
How has Australia progressed?
Where can Australia improve?
For discussion on changes over time, the context for these changes, and changes across different groups of Australians, please see the full online product, Measures of Australia's Progress 2010 at www.abs.gov.au/about/progress.
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This page last updated 13 November 2013