Australian Population Studies Volume 3 Number 1 (2019)
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ItemUnderstanding the motivations for return migration in AustraliaParr, Angelique (2019-05-25)Journal ArticleBackground: Return migration is often overlooked by traditional analyses of internal migration. Why people return has received even less scrutiny. Relatively few migrants make a return move, so there is clearly something noteworthy about these people and their circumstances that trigger such a move.
ItemSpecial working arrangements to allow for care responsibilities in Australia: availability, usage and barriersTemple, Jeromey ; Dow, Briony ; Baird, Marian (2019-05-25)Journal ArticleBackground: Population ageing is projected to reduce labour force growth and aggregate labour force participation, whilst increasing demand for informal carers. Increasing the labour force participation of Australians who face barriers to employment (including carers) is part of the solution to labour market pressures occurring due to demographic change and may improve the financial wellbeing of carers.
ItemCalculating a deprivation index using census dataNorman, Paul ; Berrie, Laurie ; Exeter, Daniel J (2019-05-25)Journal ArticleBackground: Deprivation indexes have widespread use in academic research and in local and national government applications. It is useful for people to understand their construction and to be able to calculate their own measures.
ItemAn introduction to population projections for AustraliaWilson, Tom (2019-05-25)Journal ArticleBackground: Population projections for Australia are produced by many organisations. They differ in projected population numbers, methods used, level of output detail, temporal extent, frequency of revision, quality and purpose, and they are not always easy to find.