Brotherhood of St Laurence

2013 Includes bibliographic references

Many young people start their working lives in low-skill jobs. This report examines whether, for those who have left full-time education, a low-skill job provides them with a good start to their working lives, or whether starting out in a low-skill job can have a ?scarring? effect on the individual. Here we define low-skill jobs using levels 4 and 5 of the skill levels allocated by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) to each occupation.



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