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Grouped total combined parental income for couples with child(ren)

The standard 15-category total combined parental income for couples with child(ren) classification cannot be used for outputting data about small geographic areas (meshblocks, area units or user-defined combinations of these) in the 2006 Census. Instead, grouped income categories must be used for these areas. The grouped total combined parental income for couples with child(ren) classification is:

  • $30,000 or less
  • $30,001–$50,000
  • $50,001–$70,000
  • $70,001–$100,000
  • $100,001 or more
  • not stated.

Refer also to 'combined parental income for couples with child(ren)', 'total personal income' and 'sources of personal income'.

Grouped total extended family income

The standard 15-category total extended family income classification cannot be used for outputting data about small geographic areas (meshblocks, area units or user-defined combinations of these) in the 2006 Census. Instead, grouped income categories must be used for these areas. The grouped total extended family income classification is:

  • $30,000 or less
  • $30,001–$50,000
  • $50,001–$70,000
  • $70,001–$100,000
  • $100,001 or more
  • not stated.

Refer also to 'total extended family income', 'total personal income' and 'sources of personal income'.

Grouped total family income

The standard 15-category total family income classification cannot be used for outputting data about small geographic areas (meshblocks, area units or user-defined combinations of these) in the 2006 Census. Instead, grouped income categories must be used for these areas. The grouped total family income classification is:

  • $20,000 or less
  • $20,001–$30,000
  • $30,001–$50,000
  • $50,001–$70,000
  • $70,001–$100,000
  • $100,001 or more
  • not stated.

Refer also to 'total family income', 'total personal income' and 'sources of personal income'.

Grouped total household income

The standard 15-category total household income classification cannot be used for outputting data about small geographic areas (meshblocks, area units or user-defined combinations of these) in the 2006 Census. Instead, grouped income categories must be used for these areas. The grouped total household income classification is:

  • $20,000 or less
  • $20,001–$30,000
  • $30,001–$50,000
  • $50,001–$70,000
  • $70,001–$100,000
  • $100,001 or more
  • not stated.

Refer also to 'total household income', 'total personal income' and 'sources of personal income'.

Grouped total personal income

The standard 15-category total person income classification cannot be used for outputting data about small geographic areas (meshblocks, area units or user-defined combinations of these) in the 2006 Census. Instead, grouped income categories must be used for these areas. The grouped total personal income classification is:

  • $5,000 or less
  • $5,001–$10,000
  • $10,001–$20,000
  • $20,001–$30,000
  • $30,001–$50,000
  • $50,001 or more
  • not stated.

Refer also to 'meshblock', 'area unit' and 'total personal income'.

Grouped total responses

Grouped total responses includes all of the people who stated each ethnic group, whether as their only ethnic group or as one of several ethnic groups. People with responses that fall into more than one group are counted once in each group at level one of the standard ethnicity classification with which they identified themselves. For example, people of Samoan, Tongan and German ethnicities would be counted (when outputting at the highest level of the classification) once in the Pacific peoples category and once in the European one.

Refer also to 'total responses'.

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