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6. 5 ? 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.

For these purposes a standard cohort-component methodology is generally applied, and this practice is adopted here to project the Indigenous population of the East Kimberley as a whole to 2016. Future population numbers in the study region are then derived pro rata. Projection assumptions The cohort-component method carries forward the preliminary 2001 Indigenous ERP for the East Kimberley to 2016 by successive five-year periods. The projection is based on 18  ABORIGINAL PROFILES FOR DEVELOPMENT PLANNING ageing the population by five-year blocks, subjecting each group to age- and sex-specific mortality, fertility and net migration regimes as follows: • Survival rates from the Indigenous life tables for the Northern Territory (ABS 2002b) are applied on the assumption that these are more likely to reflect the mortality profile of Indigenous people in the study region than rates derived from the Western Australian life table.

5. Construction. 6. Wholesale Trade. 7. Retail Trade. Transport and Storage. 9. Communication Services. 10. Finance and Insurance. 11. Property and Business Services. 12. Government Administration and Defence. 13. Health and Community Services. 14. Cultural and Recreational Services. 15. Personal and Other Services. Clearly, the distribution of Aboriginal employment by industry division for both males and females is quite different from that of their respective non-Aboriginal counterparts. Aboriginal employment is heavily concentrated in government administration, which in effect reflects the census classification of much CDEP employment.

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