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Old before they’re educated

Australia’s indigenous population will grow to almost 850,000 by 2031 and 1 million by 2040, with the growth rate immune to indigenous affairs policy, according to a new study from the ANU’s Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research. But indigenous affairs policy could have a marked impact on the demographic make-up of that population, with major implications for education as well as employment and retirement.

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