The Wholesale industry mainly refers to those engaged in the purchase and onselling of goods, without significant transformation, to businesses.
The wholesale trade industry is an important industry in Australia, employing approximately 4% of the working population and contributing to around 5% of the national economy.
The data below provides information on the health risks of the people working in this industry compared to the entire working population with a focus on smoking, physical inactivity, nutrition and harmful alcohol consumption.
|Prevalence of modifiable lifestyle risk factors|
|Analysis of all Persons aged 18 or more||Current Smoker||Inadequate Fruit & Veg intake||Physical Inactivity||BMI - Measured||BMI - Measured||Waist Circumference||Waist Circumference||Alcohol Increased Lifetime Risk|
|Overweight OR obese||Obese||Increased OR high risk||High Risk|
NOTE: Highlighted items are significantly different from the national average