An Analysis of Occupational Outcomes for Indigenous and Asian Employees in Australia
This paper examines occupational performance in Australia across three racial groups in Australia: Indigenous Australians; Asian people, defined as all those whose language spoken at home was either Chinese, Vietnamese or other forms of a South-east or East Asian language; and white people, defined as the residual category. The paper has as its starting point, observed differences in occupational attainment among the three groups in Australia and sets out to account for these observed differences on the basis of both race and non-racial attributes such as, age, education and area of residence. Copyright 2002 by The Economic Society of Australia.
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Volume (Year): 78 (2002)
Issue (Month): 240 (March)
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