Profile.id has now been updated with second release Census 2011 data
The 230+ profile.id sites around Australia have now been updated with the latest second release data from the 2011 Census. The data was released at the end of October by the ABS, so we’ve been working flat out to get the data into all the sites in less than three weeks.
You can now see how the characteristics of employment (including both full time and part time employment, and unemployment) are changing in, and across, your community.
Major industries of employment are included, as well as occupations and method of travel to work.
The qualifications attained by your community members can be seen, and compared with previous qualification levels.
As with all the data in profile.id, you can view all these new characteristics by small area (usually suburb, town or region) as well as at a Council level, and you can compare them with a relevant benchmark, as well as seeing how those characteristics are changing over time.
Another useful option with the second release data is journey to work, which illustrates where the working population of your City or Region come from, (worker’s place of residence) as well as where your employed residents travel to work (resident’s place of work).
Journey to work now provides even more detail, as you can now see journey to work patterns within your council area at a SLA (statistical local area) level, as well as the travel patterns outside your Council area.
These new tables, charts and maps are excellent tools for economic development, transport planning and are also fantastic for local businesses.
Check out the new data available now, at your own profile.id website, or access any one of the 230+ sites available around Australia via the .id demographic resource centre.
Access more information about the Australian Census 2011.