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|Longitudinal Study:||HILDA||Title:||Great Expectations: Migration and Labour Market Outcomes in Australia||Authors:||Mitchell, W
|Institution:||Centre of Full Employment and Equity, the University of Newcastle||Publication Date:||Nov-2006||Pages:||28||Abstract:||It is commonly argued that higher levels of mobility among job seekers leads to greater labour market efficiency; improving job matching, reducing friction, and resulting in lower overall levels of unemployment. If unemployment gives rise to migration, and migration increases the prospect of employment (Pekkala and Tervo, 2002); labour migration might be regarded as highly micro-efficient process. In the Australian context such an argument is particularly appealing in light of flagging growth in Australia’s rural and remote regions (Mitchell and Bill, 2006).||URL:||http://e1.newcastle.edu.au/coffee/pubs/wp/2006/06-08.pdf||Research collection:||Reports and technical papers|
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