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Australia's welfare 2017: in brief presents highlights from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare’s 13th biennial report on the nation’s health, Australia’s welfare 2017.
2.2 million people aged 15–64 were enrolled in formal study
55% of Indigenous people in Remote and Very remote areas speak an Australian Indigenous language
Australia ranks in the bottom third of OECD countries for ‘work-life balance’
49% of people with dementia in 2015 lived in cared accommodation
Australia's welfare 2017: in brief is a companion report to Australia's welfare 2017.
This mini report presents some of the key findings and concepts from the main report, which are drawn from a range of data sources. Full details of these data sources can be found in Australia's welfare 2017 and the online supplementary tables.
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