Australia

Western Australia

Population by Sex by Labour force status

There are 715 288 people in Western Australia who are employed full-time. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 595 453 people in Western Australia who are not in the labour force. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 464 712 males in Western Australia who are employed full-time. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 376 588 people in Western Australia who are employed part-time. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 352 665 females in Western Australia who are not in the labour force. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 255 438 females in Western Australia who are employed part-time. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 250 575 females in Western Australia who are employed full-time. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 242 780 males in Western Australia who are not in the labour force. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 121 151 males in Western Australia who are employed part-time. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 65 860 people in Western Australia who are employed, but away from work. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 59 491 people in Western Australia who are unemployed and looking for full-time work. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 39 208 males in Western Australia who are unemployed and looking for full-time work. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 38 474 people in Western Australia who are unemployed and looking for part-time work. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 33 731 males in Western Australia who are employed, but away from work. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 32 127 females in Western Australia who are employed, but away from work. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 23 619 females in Western Australia who are unemployed and looking for part-time work. (ABS, Census 2016)
There are 20 287 females in Western Australia who are unemployed and looking for full-time work. (ABS, Census 2016)