The economic status of older Indigenous Australians
This paper uses data from the 1986 and 1991 Censuses to describe the position of older Indigenous people, those over 50 years of age, in the labour market. Older Indigenous people had markedly lower levels of education than other Australians in this age group. They were also less likely to be in employment and more likely to be unemployed or outside the labour force than their counterparts among other Australians. Those in employment were found mainly in public administrative and community...[Show more]
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