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Australia’s welfare indicators summarise the performance of welfare services, track individual and household determinants of wellbeing, and provide insights into the nation’s wellbeing status more broadly. This edition has results for 52 indicators presented at a national level, with a focus on trends over time. Results for some indicators are disaggregated by state and territory and other population subgroups, such as sex, age group and income quintile.
The indicators will be available as an interactive data visualisation tool at the release of Australia’s welfare on 16 September, 2021.
Data are provided here as an Excel (.xlsx) file. The data sources and notes are also presented.
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