Sample characteristics

Measure Levels Valid Missing
N % N %
Gender Male 16 50.0 1 3.1
Female 15 46.9
Age group 18-24 years 1 3.1 0 0.0
25-34 years 1 3.1
35-44 years 6 1 8.8
45-54 years 9 28.1
55-64 years 5 15.6
65+ years 10 31.3
Household type Group household 0 0.0 3 9.4
Single person household 7 21.9
One parent with child(ren) 2 6.3
Couple with no children 11 34.4
Couple with child(ren) 9 28.1
Other family household 0 0.0
Household income Less than $10,000 0 0.0 4 12.5
$10,000 – 19,999 1 3.1
$20,000 – 29,999 3 9.4
$30,000 – 39,999 1 3.1
$40,000 – 49,999 4 12.5
$50,000 – 59,999 1 3.1
$60,000 – 69,999 3 9.4
$70,000 – 79,999 0 0.0
$80,000 – 89,999 1 3.1
$90,000 – 99,999 1 3.1
$100,000-124,999 4 12.5
$125,000 – 149,999 2 6.3
$150,000 – 199,999 5 15.6
$200,000 – 249,999 1 3.1
More than $250,000 1 3.1
Prefer not to respond 0 0.0
Education Primary School 2 6.3 1 3.1
Year 9 or below 0 0.0
Year 10 or equivalent 3 9.4
Year 11 or equivalent 0 0.0
Year 12 or equivalent 2 6.3
Trade certificate/apprenticeship 2 6.3
Diploma 5 15.6
Bachelor/honours degree 13 40.6
Postgraduate degree 4 12.5
Employment Employed full time 8 25.0 1 3.1
Employed part time or casual 5 15.6
Self employed 7 21.9
Unemployed 2 6.3
Retired/pension recipient 7 21.9
Home duties 1 3.1
Full time student 1 3.1
Part time student 0 0.0
Occupation Manager 4 12.5 9 28.1
Professional 6 18.8
Technician/trade worker 1 3.1
Community/personal service worker 0 0.0
Clerical/administrative worker 2 6.3
Sales worker 1 3.1
Machinery operator/driver 0 0.0
Labourer 2 6.3
Not in paid employment 3 9.4
Other 4 12.5