Projections of the Australian work force : 1966-1981

Doyle, Brian F. (1968). Projections of the Australian work force : 1966-1981 Honours Thesis, , The University of Queensland.

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Author Doyle, Brian F.
Thesis Title Projections of the Australian work force : 1966-1981
Institution The University of Queensland
Publication date 1968
Thesis type Honours Thesis
Total pages 97
Language eng
Subjects 14 Economics
Formatted abstract
The aim of this Thesis is to establish estimates of the population and work-force of Australia until 1981, to serve as a guide to the availability of manpower resources and to act as a guide in policy discussions.

The work-force projection has been obtained by carrying out independent projections of the population and of work-force participation rates under given assumptions. These two projections have been combined to give estimates of the work-force.

Mortality and fertility conditions, and the annual net flow of migration, have been identified as the variables relevant to a population projection. The assumptions concerning these variables have been examined, and have been made as realistic as possible.

For the analysis of the work-force, the variables of age, sex and marital status have been examined. An Attempt is also made, in examining work-force participation, to differentiate between Australian-born and foreign-born persons, and also between persons residing in Urban and Rural areas.

The analysis is complicated by changes in definition and coverage of the "work-force" concept adopted for the I966 Census, As a result of this complication, the desirability of examining the work-force in terms of a "full-time" or "part-time" work-force is also examined.

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