Aboriginal Population Profiles for Development Planning in by J. Taylor

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What remains unclear, though, is whether there will be any discernable impact on regional labour force and economic indicators if such targets are met. The essential background to considering this question is one of high projected growth in the Aboriginal working age population set against future job needs and likely employment outcomes. 1. Three standard indicators of labour force status are established: 1. the employment/population ratio, representing the percentage of persons aged 15 years and over who indicated in the census that they were in employment (either in CDEP or in mainstream work) during the week prior to enumeration; 2.

To the extent that local recruitment for the mine workforce over the proposed extended life of Argyle mine is likely to be drawn from those aged 15-34 years in 2001, these data suggest that relatively few (an estimated 253) have experience in mainstream work, with the majority (507) in CDEP. 1. 2. 0 65+ Source: ABS 2001 Census of Population and Housing, customised tables Dependency ratios Measures of the potential economic implications of a given age structure can be combined with data on labour force status to produce a range of dependency ratios.

In effect, though, the decline in the Aboriginal mainstream employment rate serves to emphasise the rise to dominance of CDEP in the regional Aboriginal labour market. In 1981, there were no CDEP schemes in the East Kimberley, and the 750 Aboriginal people recorded in employment were therefore in the mainstream labour market. By the time of the 2001 Census, there were 7 CDEP schemes in the study region with 838 participants, but only 428 Aboriginal people in the mainstream workforce. Over the same period, mainstream employment among non-Aboriginal residents of the region increased by 32%, while employment at Argyle for non-residents via fly-in fly-out also grew.

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