Occupational Mobility of Indigenous and other Australians, 2006-11
This paper describes Indigenous and non-Indigenous occupational mobility (i.e. changes in the skill level of an occupation in which an individual is employed) using the Australian Census Longitudinal Dataset, 2006-11. The paper also considers movements out of paid employment, by occupation, and the occupations in which people who move into employment are employed. The main finding is that Indigenous people are more likely than non-Indigenous people to enter the labour market through...[Show more]
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