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  • The main socio-demographic characteristics associated with being persistently not employed, in… Show more

  • This report examines the responsiveness of ‘older’ workers — aged 25 to 54 years — to government… Show more

  • This research report examines the underutilisation of the skills of migrants in regional areas,… Show more

  • This study goes beyond looking at how the financial return to training varies with qualification… Show more

  • This research shows that older Australians use computers and the internet less than younger… Show more

  • This study provides new evidence on the inter-relationships between Indigenous Australians'… Show more

  • What would prompt people to undertake education and training in their mid-20s and beyond and what… Show more

  • This paper provides a conceptual basis for a three-year (2011–13) research program exploring the… Show more

  • Encouraging older workers to stay in the workforce has become a policy priority. At the same time,… Show more

  • Using interviews with adult migrants over a period of two years, the authors look at how… Show more

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