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7% (inclusive of CDEP). The answer is 1,688 or an additional 481. With 490 additional jobs expected to be produced (364 from continued expansion of CDEP and 126 from ADM targets for local employment), this means that there will be just enough extra jobs to maintain the status quo in terms of the overall employment/population ratio. In effect, then, no impact on the current employment rate is envisaged. 2%. 0. 3%). This produces a massive job deficit of 1,306 by 2016. In other words, the number of Aboriginal people in work across the Northern East Kimberley ABORIGINAL PARTICIPATION IN THE REGIONAL LABOUR MARKET 37 would need to more than double over the 15 year period with almost 100 extra jobs required each year—a task of an order of magnitude way beyond the capacity of current policy settings, and clearly in excess of any impact due to ADM targets despite the fact that these are ambitious.
2. The most striking feature is the fact that participation in CDEP is higher than participation in mainstream employment among youth and those of younger working age between 15 and 44 years. Only in the 45-54 age group does mainstream employment outstrip CDEP. As expected, labour force participation is positively correlated with age up to 44 years, ABORIGINAL PARTICIPATION IN THE REGIONAL LABOUR MARKET 25 but recedes rapidly thereafter, indicating a distinctly shortened working-life span. One prospect is that this reflects increased morbidity with advancing age, a proposition that will be tested later with hospital separations data.
3 underlines the considerable reliance on CDEP in the study region as the primary support mechanism for large numbers of child dependents. Another measure is provided by the dependency ratio which represents the ratio of children and economically inactive adults to the labour force (those employed plus those unemployed). 7 dependents per economically active person, but if the focus were solely on those in mainstream employment the dependency ratio would be much higher. ABORIGINAL PARTICIPATION IN THE REGIONAL LABOUR MARKET 27 Finally, the economic burden is a ratio of the number of children and economically inactive persons (including here those unemployed) to employed persons.
Aboriginal Population Profiles for Development Planning in the Northern East Kimberley by J. Taylor