Eastern Riverina Chronicle

COVID may skew Census data but this University of Wollongong researcher doesn't care

Desiree Savage
August 13 2021 - 10:00am
LOVES THE NUMBERS: Professor Thomas Astell-Burt says the Census will document levels of inequality at this moment in time with that information helpful to decision-makers to make the nation more 'resilient' for the future. Picture: UOW
LOVES THE NUMBERS: Professor Thomas Astell-Burt says the Census will document levels of inequality at this moment in time with that information helpful to decision-makers to make the nation more 'resilient' for the future. Picture: UOW

Census night has come and gone and while it may feel like the snapshot of Australia will be off with half the population in lockdown, the intimate details on what we were doing on August 10 will still be greatly valued by at least one researcher.

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Desiree Savage

Desiree Savage

Editor - The Senior

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