An Overview of Australia's System of Income and Employment Assistance for the Unemployed
This report provides an overview of Australia’s labour market policies, with a focus on income support benefits and employment assistance for people of working age. It traces historical developments partly since 1990 and since 1978 in the case of some data series... Ce rapport donne une vue d’ensemble des politiques du marché du travail de l’Australie, l’étude portant plus particulièrement sur les prestations de garantie de revenu et l’aide à l’emploi pour les personnes d’âge actif. L’historique de ces politiques est retracé, pour partie, depuis 1990 et, pour certaines séries de données, depuis 1978.
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