Australia

Victoria

Population by Sex by Labour force status

There are 1 670 556 people in Victoria who are employed full-time. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 610 131 people in Victoria who are not in the labour force. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 1 067 764 males in Victoria who are employed full-time. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 947 862 females in Victoria who are not in the labour force. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 920 875 people in Victoria who are employed part-time. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 662 274 males in Victoria who are not in the labour force. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 614 789 females in Victoria who are employed part-time. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 602 791 females in Victoria who are employed full-time. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 306 087 males in Victoria who are employed part-time. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 144 694 people in Victoria who are employed, but away from work. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 103 129 people in Victoria who are unemployed and looking for full-time work. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 90 340 people in Victoria who are unemployed and looking for part-time work. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 78 427 females in Victoria who are employed, but away from work. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 66 270 males in Victoria who are employed, but away from work. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 64 164 males in Victoria who are unemployed and looking for full-time work. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 53 429 females in Victoria who are unemployed and looking for part-time work. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 38 964 females in Victoria who are unemployed and looking for full-time work. (ABS, Census 2016)