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Number of admissions for Indigenous Australians from waiting lists per 100,000 persons for elective surgery (Regional)
This FACT indicates the number of admissions for Indigenous Australians from waiting lists per 100,000 persons for elective surgery. The values given are from a select group of hospitals from each state and do not represent the total number of admissions from every hospital in each state. Between 2008 and 2013, admissions from waiting lists increased in every state and territory except for Tasmania for all persons. The state/territory with the highest proportion per 100,000 persons is the Northern Territory, at 1101.24. The state/territory with the lowest is Victoria, at 34.15 per 100,000 persons.
This FACT indicates the number of people born into the Baby Boomer generation (between the years 1946 and 1954) per 100,000 in each city. According to the 2016 ABS Census, the city with the highest number of Baby Boomers is Adelaide at 11,020 per 100,000 people. The city with the lowest is Hobart at 6,579 per 100,000 people.
This FACT indicates the number of people working in accommodation and food servcies, as a proportion of 100,000 people, in each capital city.
The city with the highest number of these types of employees is Canberra at 4504.3 per 100,000 people. The city with the lowest is Adelaide at 3094.8 per 100,000 people.
This FACT indicates the percentage of households whose mortgage repayments are less than 30 percent of the household income. The Australian average percentage of those spending less than 30 percent of household income on mortgage repayments is 92.8 percent - a fairly high number, which is good news. Data collected in the 2016 ABS Census shows that the city with the highest percentage was Canberra and Hobart, with 94.7 percent. The city with the lowest was Perth at 90.7 percent.
This FACT indicates the percentage of secondary students that complete their year 12 studies across each state from the year 2017. Within Australia, Year 12 attainment is regarded as a key factor in the formal development of an individual's skills and knowledge. Those who have completed Year 12 have a greater likelihood of continuing with further study, particularly in tertiary education, as well as entering into the workforce.
This indicator was sourced from the Australian Bureau of Statistics website which outlines the year 12 attainment percentage of each city in the year 2017. From these statistics, high school students in the Australian Capital Territory were found to have the highest completion rate at 84.9 percent. The Northern Territory had the lowest completion rate, at 63.1 percent.