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ABS Ageing Related Articles
 

A number of ABS publications contain feature articles which are relevant to the field of ageing statistics. A selection of articles from some of these publications are listed below, organised by category. This page only contains articles published since 2007. Those interested in ageing statistics can access older articles by looking at past releases of these publications.

Demography
Income, Employment and Retirement
Social Connectedness
Health and Disability
General
State Related Publications and Compendiums


DEMOGRAPHY

The 'average' Australian
AST
Apr 2013
Who are Australia's older people?Reflecting a Nation
2012-2013
100 years of Australian Lives - PopulationReflecting a Nation
2012-2013
Life expectancy trendsAST
Mar 2011
ACT residents, getting older and working longer In fACT
Dec 2010
Animated population pyramids for Victorian Local Government Areas State and Regional Indicators, Victoria
Sep 2010
Population by age and sex for regions of AustraliaLocal Government and ABS
Sep 2010
Population growth: Past, present and futureAST
Jun 2010
Population ageing in VictoriaState and Regional Indicators, Victoria
Jun 2010
Relocation across the nation: Internal migration and population growthAST
Jun 2009
Future population growth and ageingAST
Mar 2009
Population distributionAST
2008
Population projections - A tool for examining population ageingYear Book
2008
Recent increases in Australia's fertilityAST
2007
International fertility comparison AST
2007
Mortality trends of people aged 50 years and overYear Book

INCOME, EMPLOYMENT AND RETIREMENT

Disability and work
AST
Mar 2012
Long-term unemploymentAST
Sep 2011
Older people and the labour marketAST
Sep 2010
UnderemploymentAST
Jun 2010
Pulling the pin: retiring and not so shyStats Talk WA
Sep 2010
Carers and employment AST
Sep 2009
People with more than one job AST
Sep 2009
Employment arrangements, retirement and superannuationAge Matters
May 2009
Household debt AST
Mar 2009
Retirement and retirement intentionsAST
Mar 2009
Trends in superannuation coverage AST
Mar 2009
Barriers to workAST
2008
Government benefits, taxes and household income AST
2008
Labour force participation - An international comparison AST
2007
Wealth in homes of owner-occupier households AST
2007
Retirement and retirement intentions Year Book


SOCIAL CONNECTEDNESS

Where and how do Australia's older people live?
Reflecting a Nation
2012-2013
Still on the moveReflecting a Nation
2012-2013
Online @ homeAST
Jun 2011
Moving house AST
Dec 2010
Australian households: The futureAST
Dec 2010
Living alone AST
Dec 2009
Couples in Australia AST
Mar 2009
Trends in household work AST
Mar 2009
Voluntary workAST
2008
Family contact and friendship for older AustraliansAge Matters
Nov 2007
Lifetime marriage and divorce trends AST
2007
Larger dwellings, smaller householdsAST
2007
Participation in sports and physical recreation AST

HEALTH AND DISABILITY

Older carers
AST
Dec 2012
Health services: Use and patient experienceAST
Mar 2011
Men's healthAST
Jun 2010
Health and socioeconomic disadvantage AST
Mar 2010
Smoking, risky drinking and obesityAST
Dec 2009
Health literacyAST
Jun 2009
Mental healthAST
Mar 2009
People with a need for assistance AST
2008
Overweight and obesity AST
2007
Diabetes mellitus AST

GENERAL

Who's afraid? Feelings of personal safety
AST
Jun 2010
Adult literacyAST
2008
Renter householdsAST
2008
Life satisfaction and measures of progressYear Book

STATE RELATED PUBLICATIONS AND COMPENDIUMS

Baby Boomers in Queensland: A Profile of Persons Born 1946-1965, 2005 (cat. no. 4149.3)
Mature Age Persons Statistical Profile, 2005 (cat. no. 4905.0.55.001), includes seven topics which are accessed via the 'Past & Future Releases' tab
Population Ageing in New South Wales, 2008, Dec 2008 (cat. no. 4106.1)



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