The participation of Aboriginal people in the Australian labour market
This paper is the first of two that examine the participation and employment of Aborigines in the formal labour market using data from the 1986 Population Census. The labour force participation rate is a concept of interest because it is indicative of the degree of integration into the formal labour market. The paper begins by presenting the facts about the relationship between labour force participation and location of residence for both men and women. Aboriginal men and women had lower levels...[Show more]
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