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Cost of living rising faster than wages under Liberals
Nine in ten young Australians engaged in work or study
Fewer people delaying seeing GPs
Two million employed in public sector in June 2019
Rubbery retail figures paint false picture
Mixed outcomes for men and women towards equity
Life expectancy continues to improve
ABS releases annual insights into economy
Mixed outcomes for people with disability
More parents work full-time
Building approvals slump as Liberals fail to act
Opioids contribute to two thirds of drug-induced deaths
Every $1 spent on Census generates $6 to Australian economy latest research finds
Australia’s population grows by 1.6 per cent
Trend unemployment rate 5.3%
New statistics to inform Australia’s generation and management of waste
Property prices fell 0.7 per cent in June quarter 2019
Jobs growth continues in June quarter 2019
Rise in spirits, but total alcohol consumption steady
Hundreds of Tasmanian artists to benefit from latest funding round
Victoria Ahead Again On Key Economic Indicator
Economy grew 0.5 per cent in June quarter
Australia’s first current account surplus in 44 years
Outer suburbs have highest concentrations of children
Preschool programs reach most Australian children
New report identifies factors associated with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people being out of labour force
ABS selects Census Privacy Impact Assessment provider
Growth in average wages increases
NZ remains leading destination for Aussie traveller
Australian wages rise 0.6% in June quarter 2019
1 in 4 employed people under 30 work multiple jobs
CPI rose 0.6 per cent in June quarter 2019
Motor vehicle registrations slow down
Regional Unemployment Falls To Record Low
Encouraging jobs stats for SA, with more jobs to come
Nearly 2 out of 3 people are participating in labour market
More households renting as home ownership falls
Inequality continues to rise as wealthy households seize more wealth
Inequality stable since 2013–14
Average household wealth tops $1 million
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population projected to reach 1 million by 2028
New lending to households falls 1.3 per cent
One million paying full-time bills with part-time pay
Most workers staying in same job
Retail turnover rose 0.1 per cent in May
Further slowing in job vacancies in May
More Evidence Of Post-Election Bounce In Housing Market
Dwelling approvals fall in May