Contains final data from the 1991 Census of Population and Housing. Selected characteristics provided for the Australian Capital Territory (excluding Jervis Bay) and for the Town Centre Districts of Belconnen, Central Canberra, Tuggeranong, Western Creek and Woden Valley, each of which comprise an entire 1991 Census statistical subdivision.
" ... contains final data from the 1991 census of Population of Housing. It presents counts of characteristics of people and dwellings cross-classified by social and demographic characteristics for the Australian Capital Territory, and for the Statistical Division of Canberra. The tables are grouped into broad categories, such as age, birthplace, and labour force. However, all characteristics are listed separately in the index, along with the corresponding numbers of tables in which they appear."--P. 3.
A joint publication between the National Youth Affairs Research Scheme (NYARS) and the Australian Bureau of Statistics. Provides a statistical profile focusing on young people in the A.C.T., and is designed to provide the basis for a sound understanding of issues affecting them.
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