Conservation Management Zones of Australia South Western Australia Temperate Woodlands


Employment, volunteering and incomes



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Employment, volunteering and incomes

Employment


this column graph shows the employment status of the zone’s population by four age categories: 15-24 years; 25-39 years; 40-64 years; and 65 years and over. the employment categories are: employed; unemployed; and not in labour force or not stated. for those aged 15-24 years: 52 percent are employed 5 percent are unemployed 43 percent are not in labour force or not stated. for those aged 25-39 years: 70 percent are employed 4 percent are unemployed 26 percent are not in labour force or not stated. for those aged 40-64 years: 72 percent are employed 3 percent are unemployed 25 percent are not in labour force or not stated. for those aged 65 years and over: 22 percent are employed 0 percent are unemployed 78 percent are not in labour force or not stated.

a column graph illustrating the employment status of the zone’s indigenous population by four age categories: 15-24 years; 25-39 years; 40-64 years; and 65 years and over. the employment categories are: employed; unemployed; and not in labour force or not stated. for those aged 15-24 years: 16 percent are employed 22 percent are unemployed 62 percent are not in labour force or not stated. for those aged 25-39 years: 31 percent are employed 19 percent are unemployed 50 percent are not in labour force or not stated. for those aged 40-64 years: 35 percent are employed 16 percent are unemployed 49 percent are not in labour force or not stated. for those aged 65 years and over: 0 percent are employed 0 percent are unemployed 100 percent are not in labour force or not stated.

this pie graph shows employment within the zone by industry type. 27 percent of those employed within the zone work in agriculture, forestry and fisheries 4 percent are employed in the mining industry 5 percent are employed in manufacturing 12 percent are employed in utilities, construction and transport 17 percent are employed in health, social assistance, education and training 7 percent are employed in public administration and safety 12 percent are employed in wholesale and retail trade 9 percent are employed in services 5 percent are employed in food, accommodation, arts and recreation 2 percent is ‘unknown/not stated’.

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Based on Australian Bureau of Statistics data


Volunteering


this column graph compares volunteering rates by four age categories: 15-24 years; 25-39 years; 40-64 years; and 65 years and over. for each age category, the percent that are ‘not a volunteer’, ‘volunteer’ or ‘not stated or not applicable’ are shown. for those aged 65 years and over: 62 percent are not a volunteer 24 percent are volunteers 14 percent are categorised as ‘not stated or not applicable’. for those aged 40-64 years: 66 percent are not a volunteer 28 percent are volunteers 6 percent are categorised as ‘not stated or not applicable’. for those aged 25-39 years: 71 percent are not a volunteer 21 percent are volunteers 8 percent are categorised as ‘not stated or not applicable’. for those aged 15-24 years: 71 percent are not a volunteer 18 percent are volunteers 11 percent are categorised as ‘not stated or not applicable’.

Income


this pie graph shows the proportion of the zone population earning within income thresholds within the zone. 26.9 percent of households within the zone have an income under $20,800 45.5 percent of households have an income between $20,800-$64,999 10.9 percent of households have an income between $65,000-$103,000 3.7 percent of households have an income of over $104,000 13.1 percent of households are categorised as ‘not stated/partially stated’.

Based on Australian Bureau of Statistics data


Agriculture, Natural Resource Management practices and sources of NRM advice


Australian farmers manage over 60% of the Australian continent and shoulder much of the burden of responsibility for maintaining and protecting Australia’s natural resource wealth. The information contained in this profile aims to assist the wider community, non-governmental organisations and government agencies to support Australia’s key environmental custodians.

this bar graph shows the number of people within the zone employed in agriculture, fishing, forestry and downstream industries. 6,977 people are employed in agricultural industries (production) 747 people are employed in agricultural downstream industries, including services, food and beverage 36 people are employed in the forestry industry, including production, logging, sawmilling and downstream wood and paper product manufacturing.

Agricultural commodity values


this column graph shows the dollar values of different agricultural commodities produced within the zone. cereals for grain: $1,050 million hay: $20 million legume for grains: $40 million oilseeds: $160 million other broadacre crops: $0 million nuts: $0 million fruit: $0 million nurseries and cut flowers: $2 million vegetables for consumption: $0 million vegetables for seed: $0 million dairy: $0 million eggs: $0 million wool: $270 million beef: $20 million lamb: $240 million pork: $0 million.

Based on Australian Bureau of Statistics data


Natural Resource Management practices and sources of NRM advice


this column graph shows the percent of agricultural holdings within the zone that undertake control of feral animals. 1 percent undertake feral goat control 3 percent undertake other (unspecified) feral animal control) 96 percent do not undertake management of feral animals 1 percent did not provide data.

this column graph shows the percent of agricultural holdings within the zone that undertake actions to protect or regenerate native vegetation on their property. 1.3 percent have fenced off native vegetation or excluded stock 1.5 percent manage weeds 2.4 percent are reducing grazing pressure 0.1 percent are stopping mechanical or chemical destruction 0.1 percent are undertaking ‘other’ native vegetation management actions.

* Data obtained from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) 2012 Land Management Practices Survey (LaMPS) 2012. LaMPS collected land practices information from approximately 50,000 farm businesses across Australia. The data has been aligned to Conservation Management Zones from ABS Statistical Area 2 units and Australian Agricultural Environment units. The % figures presented here are indicative only. For more information on LaMPS please refer to: http://www.abs.gov.au/ausstats/abs@.nsf/mf/4630.0

this pie graph compares the percent of agricultural holdings within the zone that sought advice when adopting native vegetation management practices. 45.71 percent sought advice 54.29 percent did not seek advice.

this column graph compares the percent of agricultural holdings within the zone that sought advice from different sources, versus the percent that did not seek advice from these sources. more than 50 percent sought advice from landcare or farmer production groups 0 percent sought advice from farmer groups 0 percent sought advice from peers or neighbours less than 50 percent sought advice from government extension officers less than 50 percent sought advice from private consultants or agribusiness agents less than 50 percent sought advice from catchment management authorities or natural resource management region employed facilitators 0 percent sought advice from a research and development corporation.

** The sample for the Drivers of Practice Change 2012 survey consisted of a random subsample of 1228 broadacre farm managers from the Australian Agricultural and Grazing Industries Survey (AAGIS) frame. The data has been aligned to Conservation Management Zones from ABS Statistical Area 2 units. For this reason, the figures presented here are indicative only.

^ This chart indicates the sources of advice utilised for native vegetation management from respondents who identified they sought advice.

For more information please refer to http://www.daff.gov.au/SiteCollectionDocuments/forestry/domestic-forestry/prep-for-future/drivers-



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