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These factors also reflect broader changes in Australian society and community attitudes and values. The number of households has grown faster than the population. This implies that consumption per household has grown more slowly than consumption per capita. Although it must be remembered that the diverse nature of family structures in Australia combined with the increased changes in economic conditions and increased participation rates of women in the workforce have created an uneven distribution of income across different types of households.
2, between 1988 and 1998, the number of male casual employees more than doubled, with an increase from 415,700 to 894,100. Over the same period, the number of noncasual male employees decreased by 2 percent from 3,127,800 to 3,064,100, indicating a major shift in the structure of the male workforce. Over the past decade, the number of female casual employees increased by 43 percent. Despite the difference in the rates of increase of casually employed males and females, females continued to represent a greater proportion of casual employees.
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