Publication TypeResearch BriefAbstractTo examine the size and characteristics of the non-resident workforce in the Northern Territory (NT) in 2016, including comparisons with results from the 2011 and 2006 Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) Censuses.
While the Northern Institute’s Research Briefs are generally short papers reporting readily digestible summaries of research results on topical issues, this paper is slightly longer and provides more detail than preceding briefs on nonresident workers. This is due to the significance of the issue at the time of writing, which coincides with the windingup of the large INPEX construction project in Greater Darwin, the handing down of the 2018 NT Government Budget
and its measures associated with non-resident workers, and the release of a Final Report of the Scientific Inquiry into Hydraulic Fracturing in the NT. These topics and their relevance are discussed in the course of this paper.AuthorMaertens, A.Taylor, A.Publication CollectionNorthern Institute Research BriefsIssueRB02Suggested CitationMaertens, A. and Taylor, A. (2018) The Northern Territory’s non-resident workforce in 2016. Charles Darwin University: The Northern Institute.ContactAndrew Taylor 8 8946 6692 firstname.lastname@example.orgISSN2206-3862PublisherNorthern Institute, Charles Darwin UniversityPlace of PublicationDarwin
Taylor, A., The Northern Territory’s non-resident workforce in 2016 . Charles Darwin University, accessed 25/02/2024, https://digitalcollections.cdu.edu.au/nodes/view/4686