Unpaid Work, Unpaid Care, Unpaid Assistance and Volunteering
The care economy includes activities such as providing unpaid child care; unpaid assistance for someone with a disability, a long-term illness, or problems related to old age; undertaking domestic work; and volunteering. Information on the level and type of unpaid work undertaken by all Australians was first collected in the 2006 Census. The questions were included again in the 2011 Census. The benefits from the care sector to the Australian economy is significant. From a financial perspective,...[Show more]
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