New data added

The following data has now been added to the Community Insight Australia tool. It includes size and ages of Indigenous population, early childhood capabilities from the Australian Early Development Census (AEDC), breakdowns of industries of work for males and females, fields people are qualified in, median house price and weekly rent, internal migration (moving house), people who don’t speak English at home and a whole heap of health indicators from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW).

Population

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 Population aged 0-14
 Population aged 65+
 Median age of persons
 Population density (persons/km2)
 Population of working age (15-64 years)
 Couple or one-parent families with children under 15 and/or dependent students
 Population projection estimates 2017
 Population projection estimates 2018
 Population projection estimates 2019
 Population projection estimates 2020
 Population projection estimates 2021
 Population projection estimates 2022
 Population projection estimates 2023
 Population projection estimates 2024
 Population projection estimates 2025
 Population projection estimates 2026
 Population projection estimates 2027

Indigenous population

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 Indigenous females
 Indigenous females aged 0 to 4 years
 Indigenous females aged 10 to 14 years
 Indigenous females aged 15 to 19 years
 Indigenous females aged 20 to 24 years
 Indigenous females aged 25 to 29 years
 Indigenous females aged 30 to 34 years
 Indigenous females aged 35 to 39 years
 Indigenous females aged 40 to 44 years
 Indigenous females aged 45 to 49 years
 Indigenous females aged 5 to 9 years
 Indigenous females aged 50 to 54 years
 Indigenous females aged 55 to 59 years
 Indigenous females aged 60 to 64 years
 Indigenous females aged 65+ years
 Indigenous males
 Indigenous males aged 0 to 4 years
 Indigenous males aged 10 to 14 years
 Indigenous males aged 15 to 19 years
 Indigenous males aged 20 to 24 years
 Indigenous males aged 25 to 29 years
 Indigenous males aged 30 to 34 years
 Indigenous males aged 35 to 39 years
 Indigenous males aged 40 to 44 years
 Indigenous males aged 45 to 49 years
 Indigenous males aged 5 to 9 years
 Indigenous males aged 50 to 54 years
 Indigenous males aged 55 to 59 years
 Indigenous males aged 60 to 64 years
 Indigenous males aged 65+ years
 Indigenous people
 Indigenous people aged 0 to 4 years
 Indigenous people aged 10 to 14 years
 Indigenous people aged 15 to 19 years
 Indigenous people aged 20 to 24 years
 Indigenous people aged 25 to 29 years
 Indigenous people aged 30 to 34 years
 Indigenous people aged 35 to 39 years
 Indigenous people aged 40 to 44 years
 Indigenous people aged 45 to 49 years
 Indigenous people aged 5 to 9 years
 Indigenous people aged 50 to 54 years
 Indigenous people aged 55 to 59 years
 Indigenous people aged 60 to 64 years
 Indigenous people aged 65+ years

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 Standardised death rate (deaths per 1,000 population)
 Total fertility rate (births per woman)
 Total number of registered births
 Infant and young child mortality rate (< 5 years)
 Infant mortality rate (< 1 year)
 Life expectancy at birth for females
 Life expectancy at birth for males
 Rate of deaths from potentially treatable conditions per 100,000 people
 Rate of female deaths from potentially treatable conditions per 100,000 people
 Rate of male deaths from potentially treatable conditions per 100,000 people
 Rate of potentially avoidable deaths per 100,000 people
 Rate of potentially avoidable female deaths per 100,000 people
 Rate of potentially avoidable male deaths per 100,000 people
 Rate of potentially preventable deaths per 100,000 people
 Rate of potentially preventable female deaths per 100,000 people
 Rate of potentially preventable male deaths per 100,000 people
 Percentage of frequent gp attenders
 Percentage of frequent gp attenders (age-standardised)
 Percentage of girls turning 15 years who were fully immunised against Human Papillomavirus (HPV)
 Percentage of live births that were of low birth weight
 Percentage of live births that were of low birth weight, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women
 Percentage of people who saw an allied health professional or nurse
 Percentage of very high gp attenders
 Percentage of very high gp attenders (age-standardised)
 Percentage of women who gave birth and had at least one antenatal visit in the first trimester of pregnancy
 Percentage of women who gave birth and had at least one antenatal visit in the first trimester of pregnancy, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women
 Percentage of women who gave birth and smoked during pregnancy
 Percentage of women who gave birth and smoked during pregnancy, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women
 Percentage of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children aged 1 year who were fully immunised
 Percentage of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children aged 2 years who were fully immunised
 Percentage of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children aged 5 years who were fully immunised
 Percentage of adults who are obese
 Percentage of adults who are overweight
 Percentage of adults who are overweight or obese
 Percentage of adults who felt they waited longer than acceptable to get an appointment with a GP
 Percentage of adults who smoke daily
 Percentage of children aged 1 year who were fully immunised
 Percentage of children aged 2 years who were fully immunised
 Percentage of children aged 5 years who were fully immunised
 Expenditure on specialist attendances per person

Australian Early Development Census

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 Percentage of children developmentally vulnerable on one or more domains
 Percentage of children developmentally vulnerable on two or more domains
 Percentage of children developmentally at risk on the communication skills and general knowledge domain
 Percentage of children developmentally at risk on the emotional maturity domain
 Percentage of children developmentally at risk on the language and cognitive skills (school-based) domain
 Percentage of children developmentally at risk on the physical health and wellbeing domain
 Percentage of children developmentally at risk on the social competence domain
 Percentage of children developmentally on track on the communication skills and general knowledge domain
 Percentage of children developmentally on track on the emotional maturity domain
 Percentage of children developmentally on track on the language and cognitive skills (school-based) domain
 Percentage of children developmentally on track on the physical health and wellbeing domain
 Percentage of children developmentally on track on the social competence domain
 Percentage of children developmentally vulnerable on the communication skills and general knowledge domain
 Percentage of children developmentally vulnerable on the emotional maturity domain
 Percentage of children developmentally vulnerable on the language and cognitive skills (school-based) domain
 Percentage of children developmentally vulnerable on the physical health and wellbeing domain
 Percentage of children developmentally vulnerable on the social competence domain

Work and Earnings

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 Businesses with 5 or more employees
 Labour force unemployment estimates

Occupations and Industries of Employment

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These two maps look at employees of the manufacturing industry and show a difference between areas of highest concentration of males and areas of high concentration of females.

 Females employed in accommodation and food services industry
 Females employed in administrative and support services industry
 Females employed in agriculture forestry and fishing industry
 Females employed in arts and recreation services industry
 Females employed in construction industry
 Females employed in education and training industry
 Females employed in electricity gas water and waste industry
 Females employed in financial and insurance services industry
 Females employed in health care and social assistance industry
 Females employed in information media and telecommunications industry
 Females employed in manufacturing industry
 Females employed in mining industry
 Females employed in other services industry
 Females employed in professional scientific and technical services industry
 Females employed in public administration and safety industry
 Females employed in rental hiring and real estate services industry
 Females employed in retail trade industry
 Females employed in transport postal and warehousing industry
 Females employed in wholesale trade industry
 Males employed in accommodation and food services industry
 Males employed in administrative and support services industry
 Males employed in agriculture forestry and fishing industry
 Males employed in arts and recreation services industry
 Males employed in construction industry
 Males employed in education and training industry
 Males employed in electricity gas water and waste industry
 Males employed in financial and insurance services industry
 Males employed in health care and social assistance industry
 Males employed in information media and telecommunications industry
 Males employed in manufacturing industry
 Males employed in mining industry
 Males employed in other services industry
 Males employed in professional scientific and technical services industry
 Males employed in public administration and safety industry
 Males employed in rental hiring and real estate services industry
 Males employed in retail trade industry
 Males employed in transport postal and warehousing industry
 Males employed in wholesale trade industry

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 Non-School Qualification: Field of Study Agriculture Environmental and Related Studies
 Non-School Qualification: Field of Study Architecture and Building
 Non-School Qualification: Field of Study Creative Arts
 Non-School Qualification: Field of Study Education
 Non-School Qualification: Field of Study Engineering and Related Technologies
 Non-School Qualification: Field of Study Food Hospitality and Personal Services
 Non-School Qualification: Field of Study Health
 Non-School Qualification: Field of Study Information Technology
 Non-School Qualification: Field of Study Management and Commerce
 Non-School Qualification: Field of Study Mixed Field Programmes
 Non-School Qualification: Field of Study Natural and Physical Sciences
 Non-School Qualification: Field of Study Society and Culture

Housing

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 Average household size
 Average number of persons per bedroom
 Lived at same address 1 year ago
 Same usual address 1 year ago as in 2011
 Same usual address 5 year ago as in 2011
 Median family income (weekly)
 Median house sale price
 Median household income (weekly)
 Median mortgage repayment (monthly)
 Median personal income (weekly)
 Median rent payment (weekly)
 People living in a different usual address 5 years ago (in a different SA2)
 People living in a different usual address 5 years ago (in the same SA2)
 People living overseas 5 years ago

Migration and Culture

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 Internal Migration – Arrivals
 Internal Migration – Departures
 Internal Migration – Net
 Females who speak language other than English at home
 Males who speak language other than English at home
 People who speak language other than English at home

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