How to mobilise the 'untapped' labour force for Northern development?: case study of Darwin, Northern Territory

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Author: Golebiowska, Kate; Boyle, Alicia

Abstract:

This research brief discusses results from a pilot project that aims to inform strategies for increasing economic participation in the Northern Territory (NT). It focuses on the engagement and retention of locally resident 'untapped' labour force groups by local small and medium-size enterprises (SMEs): (a) recent migrants and refugees (those who arrived and settled in 2010-15), (b) people with a disability and (c) people who were aged 50 and over at the time of securing employment.

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Subjects: Employment; Industry; Statistics

Keywords: Migrants; Refugees; People with disability; Older worker; Training; Skill development; Employment opportunity; Occupation; Educational level; Labour force participation; Recommendations

Geographic subjects: Northern Territory; Australia; Oceania

Published: [Darwin, Northern Territory]: Northern Institute, Charles Darwin University, 2015

Physical description: 25 p.

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https://www.cdu.edu.au/sites/default/files/research-brief-2015-08.pdf

Series: Northern Institute research brief; no. 8, 2015

ISSN: 2206-3862

Resource type: Report

Document number: TD/TNC 130.71

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