The Subjective Wellbeing of young people in Youth Connections

To measure changes in wellbeing Youth Connections service providers apply the Personal Wellbeing Index – School Children survey to assess the Subjective Wellbeing of service recipients. Over 27,743 participants completed the survey between 2011 and 2013. 7,181 of these young people completed the survey on two occasions – entry and exit.

RMIT University have been contracted by the Department of Education to analyse and report on the Personal Wellbeing Index survey results. This report is the sixth and final report submitted by RMIT University which includes data from the first five reports.

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