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    ABS: Disability, Ageing and Carers, Australia: Summary of Findings, 2018

    This publication presents results from the 2018 Survey of Disability, Ageing and Carers (SDAC), conducted throughout Australia by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS). 

    In the 2018 survey, it is shown that there have been improvements in some education outcomes for people living with disability. There was an increase in the proportion of people with disability aged 15 years and over with a higher education qualification. The survey showed that 16.1% of people with disability over the age of 15 had a bachelor degree or above in 2018, up from 14.9% in 2015.  More people with disability completed year 12 in 2018 (33.4%) compared to 2015 (31.4%).

    The overall rate of disability in Australia decreased in 2018 with 17.7% of the population (4.4 million people) reporting living with disability, down from 18.3% in 2015 and 18.5% in 2012. This was driven predominantly by a decrease in females with disability and a decrease among people with disability aged 25 to 44 and 60 to 64 years. 

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    Australian Govt: Higher Education Statistics

     Resources that are associated with Higher Education Statistics.

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    Australian Govt: Statistics for students in Higher Education

    Statistics prepared by the Government relating to students in Higher Education.

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    Australian Institute of Health and Welfare - Statistics

    The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare provides information and statistics in various subject areas of health and welfare.

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    Disability in Australia: Disability Publications

    Numerous publications developed by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. Including, Disability in Australia: intellectual disability, Disability in Australia: acquired brain injury, Disability in Australia: multiple disabilities and need for assistance, Disability prevalence and trends and Disability associated with chronic diseases.

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    Disability in Australia: trends in prevalence, education, employment and community living

    This bulletin provides an overview of disability trends over two decades, including trends in need for and receipt of assistance with specific basic activities of daily life. It also examines the trends in three major areas of people with a disability: education, employment and community living. Authored by AIHW.. Published 28 August 2008.

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    Disability, Ageing and Carers, Australia: Summary of Findings, 2018

    The 2018 summary results from the 2018 Survey of Disability, Ageing and Carers (SDAC) conducted throughout Australia during the period July 2018 to March 2019 have been released.

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    Full year data released: 2018 Student data

    The Selected Higher Education Statistics – 2018 Student data - full year data has been released.
     
    The Higher Education student data collection encompasses enrolments, equivalent full time student load (unit of study data) and completions, and is reported by all Higher Education Providers.

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    Graduate Careers Australia: GradStats 2015

    Graduate Careers Australia’s (GCA) annual Australian Graduate Survey (AGS) is a study of the activities of new higher education graduates around four months after the completion of their qualifications. In the 2015 AGS, new graduates who completed the requirements for awards in the calendar year 2014 were surveyed regarding their major activities, including labour market activity, further full-time study, or their unavailability for work or study.  Including data on graduates with disability.

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    Graduate Careers Australia: GradStats 2016

    With the cessation of Government funding, the AGS concluded after the 2015 survey, with the Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching (QILT – www.qilt.edu.au) suite of surveys replacing it. Over the years, GradStats has given a summary of national AGS data concerning the destinations of Australian resident bachelor degree graduates. This edition will endeavour to provide a summary link between the last AGS figures and the first related QILT results. Figures for 2016 quoted in this publication largely come from the QILT Graduate Outcomes Survey (GOS) 2016 National Report (which can be downloaded from qilt.edu.au/about-this-site/graduate-employment

    Download: GradStats 2016
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