Australian Bureau of Statistics
6222.0 - Job Search Experience, Australia, July 2013 Quality Declaration
Latest ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 05/02/2014
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This publication presents detailed information about unemployed people, including steps they have taken to find work, whether they looked for full-time or part-time work and the difficulties they have encountered in finding work. It also presents information about employed people who started their current job in the previous 12 months and persons employed for more than a year in their current job who looked for work in the previous 12 months. Information about these two populations includes steps taken to attain work and current job details, including occupation and full-time or part-time status of employment as well as whether considered starting or purchasing a business in the last 12 months. Demographic information is provided for all three of these groups, including state/territory of usual residence, age, sex, country of birth and level of highest non-school qualification. Information regarding owner managers and employees (excluding owner managers of incorporated enterprise) is also presented in tables.
The survey design information relevant to the Labour Force Survey also applies to the Job Search Experience Survey and other supplementary surveys, with some exceptions for special dwellings. It includes people in both urban and rural areas (excluding very remote areas) in all states and territories. Refer to the Explanatory Notes of the publication for more information.
People aged 15 years and over who were not employed during the reference week, and:
People aged 15 years and over who, during the reference week:
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This page last updated 4 February 2014