Australia's welfare 2013: in brief presents selected highlights from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare's 11th biennial report on welfare services in Australia.
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ISBN 978-1-74249-467-8; Cat. no. AUS 175; 28pp.; $7
Publication table of contents
- 1 Key trends and facts
- 2 Who and where are we?
- 3 What about Indigenous Australians?
- 4 Are things different outside the major cities?
- 5 Learning and earning
- 6 For richer, for poorer
- 7 Caring for people in need
- 8 What are we doing to find out more?
Notes and corrections
The current version of the publication is presented above.
Previous versions of files that have been updated or corrected are presented below.
- (9 Sep 2013) Infographic updates; People aged 85+ pg 7; Proportion of Indigenous and non-Indigenous young people and older people pg 12; Home ownership Indigenous and non-Indigenous pg 13; Labour force participation pg 14.
Previous version - Australia's welfare 2013: in brief (6.5MB PDF)
- (18 Sep 2013) Minor text corrections.
P.18 1st paragraph under sub heading: But we could be doing better at school
In 2011, based on results for Year 4 students, Australia ranked 20th out of 25 OECD countries for reading, 13th out of 26 countries for maths and 18th out of 26 countries for science.
P18 Infographic caption: Ranking for reading, 2011
Previous version - Australia's welfare 2013: in brief (6.6MB PDF)
AIHW 2013. Australia's welfare 2013: in brief. Australia's welfare no. 11. Cat. no. AUS 175. Canberra: AIHW.