Socio-economic Index for Individuals (SEIFI) 2006 - Index of Relative Socio-economic Advantage and Disadvantage 10 groups

Region: Australian Capital Territory

Description: This spread sheet shows ABS geographic standards from 2006 across Australia and the % of the 15-64 year old population within each Socio-Economic Indexes for Individuals (SEIFI) IRSAD group. The data used to create this information was the same as used in the research paper “Socio-Economic Indexes for Areas: Getting a handle on individual diversity within areas” by Phillip Wise and Rosalynn Mathews. It is advised that this paper is read to further develop an understanding of the concepts and caveats associated with the analytical output contained in the spreadsheet.] Roughly, the most disadvantaged 10% of the 15–64 year old population falls into group 1, whilst group 10 contains the most advantaged 10%. The smallest group in terms of 15–64 year old population proportion is group 6 with 7.78%, compared to group 7 with the largest percentage at 12% due to clustering at this point in the distribution of scores. Group 1 – Approx. 9.6% of the 15-64 year old population Group 2 – Approx. 10.0% of the 15-64 year old population Group 3 – Approx. 11.5% of the 15-64 year old population Group 4 – Approx. 8.6% of the 15-64 year old population Group 5 – Approx. 11.4% of the 15-64 year old population Group 6 – Approx. 7.8% of the 15-64 year old population Group 7 – Approx. 12.0% of the 15-64 year old population Group 8 – Approx. 9.1% of the 15-64 year old population Group 9 – Approx. 9.5% of the 15-64 year old population Group 10 – Approx. 10.5% of the 15-64 year old population

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