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LGA Human Capital Indicators 2011

This data has been created by the Regional Australia Institute for the [In]Sight competitive index:, released in 2012. Modeled on the World Economic Forum"s Global Competitiveness Report, [In]Sight was developed in collaboration with Deloitte Access Economics and combines data from sources including the Australian Bureau of Statistics and the Social Health Atlas of Australia.Human capital is a measure of the capabilities and skills of the workforce in a particular region. Both health and education are major contributors to a region"s level of human capital, as both of these factors are understood to increase labour efficiency and competitiveness. Regions of non-metropolitan Australia which have high levels of human capital that is, a well educated workforce and a propensity towards lifelong learning are expected to experience higher levels of economic growth, are more adaptive and innovative and are more resilient to negative outside influences.

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Last Updated December 5, 2019, 02:07 (UTC)
Created February 22, 2017, 02:23 (UTC)
License Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Australia (CC BY-NC 3.0 AU)
AURIN Open API ID aurin:datasource-RAI-UoM_AURIN_RIA_RIA_2011_HumanCapital_Indicator
Aggregation Level lga2011
Attribute List Adult population, Children developmentally vulnerable on one or more domains, Early School Leavers, Early School Leavers Ranking, Early School Leavers Standard Deviation, Early childhood performance, Early childhood performance Ranking, Early childhood performance Standard Deviation, English proficiency, English proficiency Ranking, English proficiency Standard Deviation, Full-time Students, Health, Health Ranking, Health Standard Deviation, Human Capital Indicator Ranking, Human Capital Indicator Standard Deviation, Institution Only, LGA Code, LGA Name, Lifelong Learning, Lifelong Learning Ranking, Lifelong Learning Standard Deviation, No School, Nubmer At Risk Adults, Number in High Bands (Secondary), Number in high bands (Primary), Number of children assessed, Number of high school students assessed fo reading, writing, spelling, grammar, punctuation and numeracy, Number of primary school students, Number with Advanced Deploma, Number with Bachelors, Number with Certificate, Number with Graduate Diploma, Number with Post Graduate, Part-time Students, Resident population, School performance — Primary, School performance — Primary Ranking, School performance — Primary Standard Deviation, School performance — Secondary, School performance — Secondary Ranking, School performance — Secondary Standard Deviation, Speaks English Only, Speaks other language and speaks English: Very well, Speaks other language and speaks English: Well, State, Students without institution, Technical qualification, Technical qualification Ranking, Technical qualification Standar Deviation, Total no year 12, Total persons who speak English well, Total students, University qualification, University qualification Ranking, University qualification Standard Deviation, Working Age Polulation, Year 10 or equivalent, Year 11 or equivalent, Year 3 Band 5, Year 3 Band 6, Year 5 Band 7, Year 5 Band 8, Year 7 Band 8, Year 7 Band 9, Year 8 or equivalent, Year 9 Band 10, Year 9 Band 9, Year 9 or equivalent
Attribution Regional Australia Institute, (2011): LGA Human Capital Indicators 2011; accessed from AURIN on [date of access].
Coordinate Ref. System EPSG:4283 (GDA_1994)
Copyright Notice © Regional Australia Institute 2011
Geometry Field the_geom
Key LGA2011
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