Survey of Family, Income and Employment Dynamics (Wave 3) September 2005
Embargoed until 10:45am – 23 March 2007
- Eight out of every ten people (84.5 percent) were in the same type of family at the end of their first and third years in the survey.
- Nine out of ten people (91.3 percent) who were employed at the end of the first survey year were also employed at the end of the third year.
- Over half (55.6 percent) of those who were not employed but seeking work at the end of the first survey year were employed two years later.
- The number of people living alone increased between the first and third years of the survey, up from 306,200 (8.1 percent) to 389,300 (10.4 percent).
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|Acting Government Statistician
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