Indigenous data from the ABS Labour Force Survey: what can they tell us?
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has recently published annual estimates of Indigenous labour force status for the period 1994-2000 based on the Labour Force Survey (LFS). Considerable interest surrounds these for two reasons: · as annual estimates, they offer the possibility of establishing trends in labour force status that are closely aligned-at least more so than are census data-with identifiable policy shifts and macroeconomic shocks; · the time series charted from the sequence...[Show more]
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