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Wednesday 19 September 2018
6102.0.55.001Labour Statistics: Concepts, Sources and Methods, February 2018
Additional InformationPublishing an additional fact sheet about the Linked Employer-Employee Dataset (LEED) to complement the latest Labour Statistics product: Jobs in Australia (6160.0).
6160.0Jobs in Australia, 2011-12 to 2015-16
First IssueThis product uses data from the linked employer-employee database to describe jobs in Australia and the people who hold them. It includes demographic and personal income information, detailed occupation and industry of employment breakdowns, characteristics of employing businesses, and information about small geographical areas.

Thursday 20 September 2018
3101.0Australian Demographic Statistics, March 2018
Quarterly estimates of total resident population for states, territories and Australia. Includes estimates of the population by sex in five-year age groups; numbers (and some rates) of births, deaths, infant deaths, interstate and overseas movements; quarterly and/or annual time series spreadsheets; projected resident population for states, territories and Australia; and projected number of households for capital cities, states territories and Australia.

Periodically, articles focusing on specific demographic topics will be released as part of this publication.
6291.0.55.001Labour Force, Australia, Detailed - Electronic Delivery, August 2018
A range of Labour Force related Excel spreadsheets and Excel pivot tables. The monthly spreadsheets contain broad level data covering all the major items of the Labour Force Survey in time series format, including seasonally adjusted and trend estimates. The monthly pivot tables contain more detailed and cross classified original data than the spreadsheets.
6291.0.55.003Labour Force, Australia, Detailed, Quarterly, August 2018
A range of quarterly Excel spreadsheets and pivot tables. The quarterly spreadsheets contain broad level data covering all the major items of the Labour Force Survey in time series format, including seasonally adjusted and trend estimates. The quarterly data cubes (pivot tables) contain more detailed and cross classified original data than the spreadsheets.

Friday 21 September 2018
No scheduled releases today.

Monday 24 September 2018
No scheduled releases today.

Tuesday 25 September 2018
1351.1.55.160Exploration of state space modelling approaches for statistical impact measurement in ABS time series: The Labour Force Survey as a case study (Methodology Advisory Committee), June 2018
First IssueThe ABS is embarking on a transformation program which is expected to deliver positive changes to the production of official statistics. However, there is a risk of introducing impacts on the time series of ABS publications. This paper builds on previous work to explore the usage of state space modelling to measure statistical impacts, using the Australia Labour Force Survey as a case study. It proposes a state space model that utilises both parallel run collection and phase-in information and provides results of the model's performance from a simulation study. This model's performance is better than any models that were previously explored in our research.
4125.0Gender Indicators, Australia, September 2018
This release of Gender Indicators, Australia presents an update to data for the national set of gender indicators, where available.

Gender Indicators, Australia draws in a wide range of ABS statistics and statistics from other official sources. These indicators will aid in exploring the differences between males and females, and how their economic and social conditions are changing over time.

This information will assist and inform government policy and decision makers in the development, monitoring and evaluation of policies and programs aimed at achieving gender equality.

Wednesday 26 September 2018
3302.0Deaths, Australia, 2017
Presents statistics on deaths and mortality for Australia, states, territories and sub-state regions. Information on characteristics of the deceased include place of usual residence, age at death, sex, Indigenous status and country of birth. Information is also provided on infant deaths and death rates.
3303.0Causes of Death, Australia, 2017
This publication presents statistics on the number of deaths, for reference year by state or territory of Australia, sex, selected age groups, and cause of death classified to the World Health Organisation's International Classification of Diseases (ICD). Version 10 of the ICD was introduced from the 1999 reference year. Causes of death are presented in the publication in a number of different ways including: by underlying cause, leading causes and multiple causes. Data are also presented for deaths of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander persons, and for suicide deaths.

The 2017 data presented in this publication are preliminary data and will be subject to a revision process. For further information on the revision process see linked Explanatory Notes and Technical Note.

Statistics on the number of perinatal deaths, for reference year by state or territory of usual residence of Australia, sex and cause of death classified to the World Health Organisation's International Classification of Diseases (ICD) are also presented.
8762.0Engineering Construction Activity, Australia, June 2018
Contains value of engineering construction work done, commenced and yet to be done, classified by state or territory, commodity (roads, bridges, pipelines etc), sector (public/private) undertaking the work, and sector for whom the work is being done. Includes seasonally adjusted estimates of the value of work done by sector in both current prices and in chain volume measure terms. It includes more comprehensive and updated information to that contained in Construction Work Done, Australia, Preliminary (cat. no. 8755.0).

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1504.0Methodological News, Sep 2018 (Withdrawn)
The September issue of Methodological News which was expected to be released on Thursday 20 September 2018 has been delayed, and articles will be published in the December issue. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.