The table below shows
the monthly expenditure of an average Australian family
in 1991 and 2001
The given table demonstrates the expense on a monthly basis of a typical household in Australia in two years, 1991 and 2001. In general, there was witnessing an increasing amount of money expending on almost all sectors, except for clothing and transport.
In particular, the expense of food was rising moderately from 155 dollars per month to 160 dollars per month. Likewise, the average Australian family had expended approximately 95 dollars monthly by 1991 on housing. This figure rose minimally to 100 dollars per month in 2001. In term of electricity and water, there was a nearly doubled in the quality of money which cost 120 dollars per month in 2001.
In contrast, clothing and transporting were two sectors that typical household in Australia had a tendency to expend less on over the period of 10 years. While it is noticeable to note that the expenditure on clothing was declining slightly from 30 dollars per month to 20 dollars per month, there was less than halving money expending on transport on a monthly basis, falling dramatically to 45 dollars per month
the table below shows the monthly expenditure of an average Australian family in 1991 and 2001