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Output

Standard output

Workplace address

The standard output variable categories for workplace address are the standard geographic classifications that were current at the commencement of the survey cycle. These can include non-administrative and administrative areas.

Non-administrative areas include:

Administrative areas include:

Each output for workplace address should include a category for ‘no fixed workplace address’. Output tables which contain large numbers of respondents who have stated that they have ‘no fixed workplace address’, should contain the following footnote:

Note: The high occurrence of ‘no fixed workplace address’ can be attributed to people employed in occupations that require them to work in different locations. The type of occupations that could come under this category are sales representatives, couriers, and trades workers.

Output for workplace address may also include categories for occurrences where respondents have supplied some geographic information, but not enough to code to the lowest level of the output. For example, an output for workplace address at the area unit level may include categories for territorial authorities or regional councils where these have been able to be determined, but the area unit within the territorial authority or regional council could not be determined.

Workplace address indicator

The standard output variable categories are the same as the classification categories. The residual categories may be output separately or combined as one category. Where a combination item of residuals is to be used in output, this item should be labelled ‘not elsewhere included’ and should have a footnote indicating its composition.

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