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Higher Qualifications of Farmers and Farm Managers, 1996

The geography of this dataset is Australian Statistical Local Area (SLA). This data relates to members of the population who classified themselves as having an occupation of aFarmera or aFarm Managera in the 1996 Population and Housing Census and have a Bachelor degree, Undergraduate diploma, Associate diploma, Higher degree or Post-graduate qualifications.The data is presented at a scale of 25000000. Projection -P Albers Equal-Area Conic -D WGS84 -m 132 -o 0 -p -18 -p -36 -e 0 -n 0The following attributes are contained within the dataset; Sla_code a unique code for Statistical Local Areas (SLA), Sla_name a the name of the Statistical Local Area (SLA) and,Bach_degre a median age of farmers and farm managers as at census night 1996. Ugrad_dip a hectares of agricultural land use in the Statistical Local Area (SLA).Post_grad a number of farmers/farm managers with postgraduate qualificationsHigher_deg a number of farmers/farm managers with a higher degreeAssoc_dip a number of farmers/farm managers with an associate diploma Totalqual a total number of farmers/farm managers with higher qualificationsTotalpop a total farmer population 1996%Pop a per cent of farmers who have higher qualificationsAg_land_ha a hectares of agricultural land use in the Statistical Local Area (SLA).

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Title Higher Qualifications of Farmers and Farm Managers, 1996
Type Dataset
Language English
Licence Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia
Data Status active
Update Frequency daily
Landing Page http://data.gov.au/dataset/32e0a54e-a045-45d1-aee3-4549e6182308
Date Published 2013-05-12
Date Updated 2017-03-18
Contact Point
Department of Agriculture and Water Resources
02 6272 3933
Land_Management@agriculture.gov.au
Temporal Coverage 1996
Geospatial Coverage Australia
Jurisdiction Commonwealth of Australia
Data Portal data.gov.au
Publisher/Agency Department of Agriculture and Water Resources
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