Indigenous migration and the labour market: A cautionary tale
During the last intercensal period there was a net transfer of Indigenous Australians to urban Australia from more remote parts of the country. With the withdrawal of a number of Indigenous specific labour market programs, this net migration is likely to intensify into the future. The aim of this paper is to consider the impact of this urbanisation on the labour market prospects of those Indigenous Australians who move and those Indigenous Australians already living in urban Australia. Using...[Show more]
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