Aboriginal Population Profiles for Development Planning in by J. Taylor

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There are five communities of between 200 and 450 persons (Kalumburu, Warmun, Oombulgurri, Mirima, and Mardiwa Loop). Below this are six communities of between 50 and 199 persons. At the bottom of the hierarchy is a long tail of some 44 very small communities of less than 50 persons. 2. Rank size distribution of discrete Aboriginal communities in the Northern Settlement size East Kimberley, 2001 500 450 400 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 1 5 9 13 17 21 25 29 Rank Source: ABS CHINS 2001 Confidentialised Unit Record File 14  ABORIGINAL PROFILES FOR DEVELOPMENT PLANNING 33 37 41 45 49 53 These communities are distributed widely across the region, though with some clustering in and around Kununurra and Halls Creek, as well as close to other ‘service’ centres, such as Warmun, from which they represent an offshoot.

As shown above, this results in a high concentration of Aboriginal employment in government administration (especially local government) and as labourers. It is also the case that because of the employment substitution effect of CDEP, much work classified as CDEP actually covers a wider range of industry and employment categories than is apparent from census coding. An example here would be CDEP work in an aquaculture project. If this were in the mainstream labour market it would be classified under agriculture, fishing and forestry as an industry, and the workers may well be classified as farm hands or skilled agricultural workers depending on the nature of the job.

7). Almost half of all Aboriginal employees (excluding contracted labour) are in production mining jobs, especially in loading and hauling. The remainder are scattered across the employment spectrum, though with some emphasis on asset management jobs such as maintenance. This focus on loading and hauling represents a much greater concentration of Aboriginal employment as these activities account for only 28% of non-Aboriginal employment. 7. Distribution of ADM workforcea by employment area, 2003 Assett Production management mining Locally sourced Fly-in/ Fly-out Total Note: Production processing Support areas Total Aboriginal 23 43 6 13 85 NonAboriginal 12 43 11 13 79 Total 35 86 17 26 164 Aboriginal 1 1 1 3 6 NonAboriginal 124 125 65 100 414 Total 125 126 66 103 420 Aboriginal 24 44 7 16 91 NonAboriginal 160 212 83 129 493 Total 184 256 90 145 584 a.

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