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Unpaid Child Care and Domestic Work in Queensland (Bulletin 14 Census 2006) (archived)

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This bulletin presents information on the characteristics of people in Queensland who undertook unpaid child care in the two weeks prior to 2006 census night or unpaid domestic work in the week prior to 2006 census night. The data have been extracted from the five-yearly Census of Population and Housing conducted by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS), and relate to the population aged 15 years and over and are based on place of usual residence.

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Last reviewed 23 July 2012