Tracking change in the relative economic status of Indigenous People in New South Wales
Since its formation in 1990, CAEPR has produced a series of research papers tracking progress in the relative economic status of Indigenous people in New South Wales using mostly census data. Viewed in sequence, the findings have indicated a rise over time in the Indigenous employment rate and a slight decline in the unemployment rate, but with both of these remaining substantially below equivalent rates for the State’s non-Indigenous population. Also of note is a lack of improvement in income...[Show more]
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