Factors associated with the labour force participation of prime-age Indigenous Australians
There is a high prevalence of disengagement from the labour market among prime-age Indigenous Australians (aged 25-54 years). People in this demographic group are at their most productive in terms of working lives. They have generally finished their schooling and are well before their retirement, and their absence from the labour market has important implications. However, little is known about the underlying factors influencing their decision to participate or not in the mainstream labour...[Show more]
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