Job discrimination for the South Sudanese in the ACT

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Image: 'School at Tomping Civilian Protection Site, Juba' by United Nations Photo on Flickr

More than 240,000 South Sudanese people are living in Australia, and they are the fastest-growing migrant community.

It is also the most disadvantaged group, with an unemployment rate of almost 30 per cent, which is five times the national rate.

This is despite the fact that many South Sudanese people in Australia have professional qualifications.

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