Birthplace - Bangladesh
In 2011, the dominant household size for people born in Bangladesh was 4 persons compared to New South Wales at 2 persons.
The size of households in general follows the life-cycle of families. Households are usually small at the stage of relationship formation (early marriage), and then increase in size with the advent of children. They later reduce in size again as these children reach adulthood and leave home.
Household size may differ significantly for overseas-born populations. Some cultural groups may be affected by the availability of affordable housing, and may have a preference for living in larger households with extended family members. On the other hand recent arrivals in student housing may have mainly 1 and 2 person households.
Derived from the Census questions:
- 'Name of each person including visitors who spent the night of Tuesday, 9 August 2011 in this dwelling'
- 'Where does the person usually live?'
- 'Are there any persons who usually live in this dwelling who were absent on Census Night (Tuesday, 9 August 2011)?'
- 'In which country was the person born?'
- People born in Bangladesh living in private households
|Birthplace - Bangladesh||2011||2006||Change|
|Number of persons usually resident||Number||Bangladesh %||% of total NSW population||Number||Bangladesh %||% of total NSW population||2006 to 2011|
|6 or more persons||1,228||7.3||8.9||917||8.7||8.4||+311||20006|
|Total persons in private households||16,786||100.0||100.0||10,488||100.0||100.0||+6,298|
Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics, Census of Population and Housing (opens a new window) 2006 and 2011. Compiled and presented by .id (opens a new window), the population experts.
(Usual residence data)
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Analysis of the number of Bangladesh born people usually resident in a household compared with New South Wales total population overall shows that in 2011 there were a lower proportion of lone person households, and a higher proportion of larger households (those with 4 persons or more). There were 2.6% of Bangladesh born population in lone person households and 51.9% in larger households, compared with 9.9% and 46.5% respectively for the New South Wales total population.
In NSW, the major differences between the household size of the Bangladesh born population compared to the total population were:
- A larger percentage of people in households with 3 persons usually resident (27.2% compared to 18.2%)
- A larger percentage of people in households with 4 persons usually resident (31.4% compared to 24.0%)
- A smaller percentage of people in households with 1 person usually resident (2.6% compared to 9.9%)
- A smaller percentage of people in households with 2 persons usually resident (18.4% compared to 25.3%)
The number of Bangladesh born persons in households increased by 6,298 between 2006 and 2011.
The largest changes in the number of Bangladesh born persons usually resident in a household between 2006 and 2011 were:
- 3 persons (+2,060 persons)
- 4 persons (+1,895 persons)
- 2 persons (+1,231 persons)
- 5 persons (+690 persons)