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ANZSICAustralian New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification
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A comparison of the 30-industry list for ANZSIC and the 22-industry list used by Philpott is shown in Box 1.
These research questions will be answered by analysing the variables of employment status and gender between 40 ANZSIC retail categories within Australia, using data obtained from a survey of Australian workers undertaken in 2009.
a) ANZSIC industry sectors (agriculture, manufacturing, mining, government services, etc); and.
Average gross annual turnover--by remoteness and industry ($000) Remoteness ANZSIC Average INDUSTRY Inner Outer Very across all Regional Regional Remote Remote regions Accommodation 859 1,036 1,305 1,114 Agriculture 579 1,536 629 920 Communications 316 Construction 1,285 920 753 957 Cultural 786 130 527 548 Education 520 1,479 894 900 Electricity 2,302 Finance 1,239 2,652 1,065 1,466 Government 3,323 1,402 2,022 2,465 Health 1,328 288 1,263 1,044 Manufacturing 403 1,190 Health 2,752 2,852 Personal 199 224 230 219 Property 1,082 1,065 530 909 Retail 1,714 1,037 1,318 1,261 Transport 2,501 829 1,270 1,366 Wholesale 2,958 2,572 Average across 1,711 1,289 1,047 1,123 1,167 all industries Notes: To preserve confidentiality, results are not reported for categories with 5 or less respondents.
3) Compared with the production and income GDP accounts and the capital stock data, ANZSIC industry hours worked data are constructed at a more aggregate level.
899 Source: ABS (2010), Table 11 Table 3: Number of Companies from ANZSIC Subdivisions of the Mining Sector Reporting to EOWA in 2006 and 2010 ANZSIC Subdivision Number of Companies 2006 2010 Coal mining 16 16 Oil and gas extraction 7 12 Metal ore mining 29 32 Other mining 3 3 Exploration 1 2 Other mining services 6 13 Total 62 78 Source: Compiled from individual company reports downloaded from the EOWA online searchable database of Annual Equal Opportunity reports, at: http://www.
The proportion of imported inputs in manufacturing production is calculated by weighting each state's share of manufacturing industry i (defined using ANZSIC classifications, with data on production by state and industry taken from ABS Cat No 8221.
The economic factors include levels of unemployment and the industry profile (main ANZSIC categories) of the regional populations.
In most cases (close to 70per cent), there was one-to-one matching of 1991 and 1996 data; where the classifications were not identical, we reclassified using recommendations from ABS publications on Australian and New Zealand Industrial Classification (ANZSIC) Concordance, ASIC to ANZSIC and Australian and New Zealand Industrial Classification (ANZSIC) Concordance, ANZSIC to ASIC.
However, ; but broad comparisons with ANZSIC estimates are still available.
Details on the attempts made to achieve concordance between the ASIC and ANZSIC categories are provided in an appendix.
Lockouts are especially common in manufacturing (though all major ANZSIC categories have had at least one lockout), where they constituted one quarter of all working days lost to industrial disputes in the second half-decade of enterprise bargaining.