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  1. In the longer term, NOM is expected to increase roughly in line with total population, and Victoria’s share to remain larger than its share in Australia’s population. NOM to Victoria is expected to remain at very high levels in the short -term (above 80,000 per annum until 2021).

  2. 01/07/2021 · In civilian labor force, total, percent of population age 16 years+, 2016-2020: 63.0%: In civilian labor force, female, percent of population age 16 years+, 2016-2020: 58.4%: Total accommodation and food services sales, 2017 ($1,000) 938,237,077: Total health care and social assistance receipts/revenue, 2017 ($1,000) 2,527,903,275

  3. At December 2021 Victoria had a population of 6,559,941. The Australian Bureau of Statistics estimates that the population may well reach 7.2 million by 2050. Victoria's founding Anglo-Celtic population has been supplemented by successive waves of migrants from Southern and Eastern Europe , Asia and, most recently, Africa and the Middle East .

  4. 30/08/2022 · In this issue, the ABS has rebased the population estimates to the 2021 Census. Rebased estimates supersede all estimates from June 2016. The median age is the age at which half the population is older and half is younger. The sex ratio is the number of males per 100 females.

  5. In its place will be two new publications: Overseas Migration scheduled for release 17 December 2021, and Australia's Population by Country of Birth scheduled for release 26 April 2022. COVID-19 This release covers data up to 30 June 2020 and as such, covers the start of the COVID-19 pandemic period.

  6. › population-of-victoriaPopulation of Victoria 2022

    In Victoria, 49.1% of people are married, 34.7% have never married and 7.8% are divorced and 2.9% are separated. There are 242621 widowed people living in Victoria. Population Density of Victoria. Victoria’s population density is 23.54 people per kilometer, which is ranking 2 nd most

  7. 29/05/2022 · The Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences team predicts an annual average decline of 1.1% after 2021, pushing China’s population down to 587 million in 2100, less than half of what it is today.