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Labour Force Regions (archived)

This page has been marked as archived and there are no plans to update content. Access has been maintained for historical and research purposes. The content does not necessarily represent the current view of Queensland Treasury or the Queensland Government. Where available, links to related data are provided at the bottom of this page.

The Labour Force Regions information brief is based on the monthly ABS publication, Labour Force: Australia, Detailed – Electronic Delivery (cat. no. 6291.0.55.001). It provides a brief summary (based on a 12-month moving average) of employment, labour supply and the unemployment rate for each of the 13 labour force regions within Queensland. As of October 2011, a one-page summary brief, comparing all 13 regions is also available. Click the HTML link below to access the single-region briefs and the one-page summary. The zip file contains the 13 region briefs and the one-page summary brief.

Labour Force Regions Notes

Data for Queensland as a whole are provided for reference purposes only. Users should refer to monthly trend estimates from the Labour Force Survey for analysis of labour market performance at the State level.

The labour force statistics presented in this brief are on a sample basis and will include a sampling error. As such, these estimates will exhibit, in some cases, large volatility in monthly changes. Extreme caution should be used when making inferences from these estimates.

Totals may not add due to rounding. Figures are rounded to nearest 100 persons. Calculations are based on pre-rounded figures.

Release HTML ZIP ZIP Size
December 2013 Single region zip (630 kB)
November 2013 Single region zip (635 kB)
October 2013 Single region zip (630 kB)
September 2013 Single region zip (635 kB)
August 2013 Single region zip (675 kB)
July 2013 Single region zip (670 kB)
June 2013 Single region zip (675 kB)
May 2013 Single region zip (670 kB)
April 2013 Single region zip (715 kB)
March 2013 Single region zip (675 kB)
February 2013 Single region zip (670 kB)
January 2013 Single region zip (620 kB)
December 2012 Single region zip (1,285 kB)
November 2012 Single region zip (1,235 kB)
October 2012 Single region zip (405 kB)
September 2012 Single region zip (410 kB)
August 2012 Single region zip (590 kB)
July 2012 Single region zip (590 kB)
June 2012 Single region zip (590 kB)
May 2012 Single region zip (420 kB)
April 2012 Single region zip (425 kB)
March 2012 Single region zip (420 kB)
February 2012 Single region zip (415 kB)
January 2012 Single region zip (420 kB)
December 2011 Single region zip (415 kB)
November 2011 Single region zip (395 kB)
October 2011 Single region zip (360 kB)
September 2011 Single region zip (365 kB)
August 2011 Single region zip (365 kB)
July 2011 Single region zip (365 kB)
June 2011 Single region zip (365 kB)
May 2011 Single region zip (365 kB)
April 2011 Single region zip (365 kB)
March 2011 Single region zip (375 kB)
February 2011 Single region zip (335 kB)
January 2011 Single region zip (360 kB)
December 2010 Single region zip (360 kB)
November 2010 Single region zip (360 kB)
October 2010 Single region zip (360 kB)
September 2010 Single region zip (360 kB)
August 2010 Single region zip (360 kB)
July 2010 Single region zip (360 kB)
June 2010 Single region zip (360 kB)
May 2010 Single region zip (360 kB)

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Labour Force Regions Notes

Labour Force estimates from Jan-11 to Mar-13 have been revised to align the labour force population benchmarks with the latest available information on population growth.

Data for Queensland as a whole are provided for reference purposes only. Users should refer to monthly trend estimates from the Labour Force Survey for analysis of labour market performance at the State level.

The labour force statistics presented in this brief are on a sample basis and will include a sampling error. As such, these estimates will exhibit, in some cases, large volatility in monthly changes. Extreme caution should be used when making inferences from these estimates.

Totals may not add due to rounding. Figures are rounded to nearest 100 persons. Calculations are based on pre-rounded figures.

Labour Force Regions Map

This is a map of the current Labour Force Regions, described by the briefs above.

Release PDF PDF Size
Labour Force Regions, 2006 pdf (325 kB)

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Last reviewed 27 February 2014